Page 1

The Mid-Summer Sale 2017 E S TA B L I S H E D 1 9 3 4

Monday 31st July

THE MID-SUMMER SALE 2017 (ref. 0255) on Monday 31st July 2017 at the Castlecomer Saleroom in Ireland and online commencing at 11am PUBLIC VIEWING: Friday 28th (10am - 5pm) Sunday 30th (noon - 5pm) Illustrated Catalogue €10 (admits 2) Sorry – No children under 12 years of age

Front Cover: Lot 570 Back Cover: Lot 40 Inside Front Cover: Lot 437 Inside Back Cover: Lot 185 Sale Reference: 0255 All estimates shown are in Euro (€)

Over 600 lots, including fine and decorative art, antiques, garden furniture and interiors from a variety of private estates and collections. DIRECTIONS: – Coming from Dublin – Take M7 out of Dublin, followed by the M9. Take the Athy exit off the M9 and continue through Athy and onto Castlecomer. In Castlecomer, follow the N78 for Kilkenny. The new auction gallery is situatied 2km south of the Castlecomer Town Centre Square on the N78. Take a left between the Country Life Glanbia building and O’Shea Plant Hire, and drive into Castlecomer Business Park. – Coming from Cork – Take the M8 out of Cork to the termination of the M8 motorway. Continue along the N8 through Cullahill into Durrow. Take the N77 from Durrow to Ballyragget, followed by the R694 from Ballyragget to Castlecomer. Take a right at the Castlecomer Town Centre Square onto the N78 for Kilkenny. The new auction gallery is situated 1.9 km south of the Castlecomer Town Centre Square on the N78. Take a left between the Country Life Glanbia Building and O’Shea Plant Hire and drive to the large designated car park in Castlecomer Business Park. – Coming from Kilkenny – Take the N78 north, in the direction of Castlecomer. Take a right between O’Shea Plant Hire and the Glanbia Country Life Building and drive to the large designated car park in Castlecomer Business Park.

Photography by Peter Hilliard

CASTLECOMER, CO. KILKENNY, IRELAND Tel: +353 (0)56 4400942 Live Bidding Available

Design & Print: Lion Print. Tel. 062-61258


George Mealy Senior MRICS MSCSI Managing Director George is a licensed auctioneer with 40 years experience in the sale and valuation of fine & decorative art and personal property. He is a fully accredited member of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors, in the faculty of Art & Antiques. He is also a member of the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland. His specialties include period furniture, paintings, silver, porcelain, militaria and clocks.

David Mealy Director

Lucy Mealy Auctions Administrator

George Gerard Mealy

Cait Madigan

Mary Gaynor




Background: Lot 868

INFORMATION FOR BUYERS 1 A LARGE CHINESE PORCELAIN VASE AND COVER, the domed cover with rocks and flowers in green, iron red, blue, yellow and white, and similar all-over floral pattern to the body, 13” (33cm) high. (1) €800 - 1000 2 A CHINESE PORCELAIN MEIPING VASE, decorated with an old man and child riding a buffalo and a woman following behind, in iron red, green and yellow, against a white background, 10” (26cm) high. (1) €800 - 1000 3 A TREACLE-GLAZED IRON RED AND BLUE PEAR-SHAPED VASE, with punched seal mark to base, 11” (28cm) high. (1) €800 - 1000

6 & detail 6 AN ATTRACTIVE AND UNUSUAL PAIR OF CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE DISHES, each decorated with cranes and colourful flowers, and a square blue seal mark to the base, 5.5” (14cm) diameter. (2) €400 - 600

7 & detail

4 & detail

4 A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN GU-SHAPED PORCELAIN VASE, the trumpet-shaped neck painted with warriors, some on horseback, the centre with children and other figures to a bulging centre panel band, and further figures below, on flaring foot, with double circle blue mark to base 18” (47cm) high. (1) €600 - 800

9 & detail 9 A VERY UNUSUAL CHINESE TURQUOISEGROUND JAR OR BOWL AND COVER, chased in relief with scrolling foliage and a central flower to the cover, the circular bowl with geometric and Greek key pattern, raised on five short legs, around a square incised seal mark, 6 “(15cm). (1) €600 - 800 10 A RECTANGULAR CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN BOX AND COVER, the cover decorated with a five claw dragon and a phoenix, the base with a six character rectangular mark, 4” (10cm). (1) €1200 - 1500

7 AN UNUSUAL SMALL CHINESE CRACKLE WARE BOWL, with blue seal mark to base, 3.25” (8cm) diameter. (1) €400 - 600

11 A RELIEF-MOULDED MEISSEN PORCELAIN DISH, a Carlton ware dish, a pair of octagonal shaped Imari vase, and other miscellaneous items. (a lot). €70 - 90

8 AN UNUSUAL SMALL BALUSTER-SHAPED CHINESE PORCELAIN INK POT, decorated with figure and crane in a landscape, square four-character seal mark to base, 3” (8cm). (1) €1200 - 1500

12 A PAIR OF SMALL JAPANESE IMARI PORCELAIN JARS AND COVERS, each decorated with flowers, 7” (18cm). (2) €200 - 220 14 A BALINESE CARVED HARDWOOD FIGURE, modelled with a fisherman holding a net, 23.5” (60cm) high. (1) €80 - 120 15 A JAPANESE IRON-RED GROUND AND WHITE KUTANI VASE, c.1900, decorated with pheasant amongst foliage and family group, 12.5” (32cm) high; together with a small celadon ground Chinese jardiniere or planter, decorated with flowering shrubs, 8” (20cm) high. (2) €80-150

5 A LARGE BALUSTER SHAPED CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN VASE, decorated with flowers and temple lions, 12.5” (32cm) high. (1) €600 - 800

5 3

16 A GOOD U.S. SPRINGFIELD TRAPDOOR MODEL 1864 PERCUSSION RIFLE, with bayonet and cleaning rod, marked with model number 1864 and serial number 411915 on breech, 31.5” (80cm) barrel, 51.5” (131cm) overall length excluding bayonet, the bayonet 17” (43cm), the side lock inscribed ‘U.S. Springfield’, with eagle crest and shield, and three-quarter stock, the stock struck with an indistinct monogram and date. (1) €750 - 850 18 A RARE GERMAN MILITARY PERCUSSION PISTOL CARBINE, lacking its detachable shoulder stock, with threequarter walnut stock, brass furniture and steel lock, 10” (26cm) barrel swivel ring to brass buttcap, struck with no. 318A, the brass side plate inscribed C,D, A10B, 17.5” (45cm) overall. (1) €150 - 250 19 A DOUBLE-BARREL EUROPEAN OVER AND UNDER PERCUSSION PISTOL, with two Damascus cannon barrels, 4” (10cm), struck with various numbers; and another similar ditto, both with double triggers. (2) €80 - 120 20 A PERCUSSION MILITARY PISTOL, with 9” (23cm) barrel, indistinctly signed on the steel lock, on half walnut stock with brass furniture, the brass plate dated 1828, the butt with swivel Lanyard ring, 15.5” (40cm). (1) €80 - 120

24 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY SCOTCH CHEST, of inverted breakfront outline with an arrangement of five long drawers, on an inverted breakfront plinth supporting two spiral reeded columns, 49” (124cm) wide. (1) €300 - 500

30 AN INLAID MAHOGANY WARDROBE, 19th century, the dentil-moulded cornice above two inlaid panelled doors, enclosing hanging compartment, on a base with one long drawer, on bracket feet, 53” (135cm) wide. (1) €200 - 300

25 A 19TH CENTURY SERPENTINE-FRONTED PARQUETRY INLAID WALL CLOCK, the dial with Roman numerals and signed J.G. Graves of Sheffield, flanked to either side with turned columns and urn finials, on a scroll base, 38” (97cm) high, 16” (41cm) wide. (1) €150 - 200

31 A THREE-TIER 19TH CENTURY ROSEWOOD WHATNOT, with turned supports and turned legs, 30.5” (77cm) high, 17” (43cm) wide. (1) €180 - 250

26 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN FROSTED AND PARCEL-GILT LUSTRE VASES, each with a tapering stem, applied with a spiral green glass serpent and with hanging spearpoint lustre drops, 14” (36cm) high. (2) €100 - 200 27 A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY RED-GROUND VODREY POTTERY GLAZED VASES, probably by Frederick Vodrey of Dublin (18451897), each applied with a lizard on a baluster shaped body, the neck issuing weeping leaves, 10.5” (27cm). (2) €200 - 300 29 A HEAVY MAHOGANY DOME-TOP CHEST, with lift top and brass carrying handles, 24” (61cm) wide. (1) €150 - 220

22 A LEFAUCHEUX PINFIRE POCKET REVOLVER, six-shot with folding trigger, 3” (7.5cm) octagonal barrel with steel ejector rod and walnut two-part grip, Liege mark on cylinder, 7” (18cm). (1) €80 - 120

32 A RECTANGULAR MAHOGANY AND BRASSBOUND LAP DESK, 18” (46cm); a small mother-o-pearl inlaid rosewood box, 10” (25.5cm); a Victorian parquetry inlaid box 12” (30cm); a rectangular late 19th century parquetry mother-o-pearl and bone inlaid box, 11” (28cm); and another small rectangular box. (5) €100 - 200 33 A GOOD QUALITY WALNUT PEDESTAL DESK, with oblong moulded top, above an arrangement of drawers, and pigeonhole compartments, lacking front, raised on two pedestals, each with three drawers and a slide, raised on a plinth base, 54” (257cm) wide. (1) €400 - 500 34 A LARGE EDWARDIAN INLAID AND CROSSBANDED MAHOGANY WARDROBE, with double arch and bow-fronted cornice, above two bow-fronted doors, profusely inlaid with urns, scrolling foliage, and hanging bell flowers; with a vacant compartment below, above an arrangement of three long and two short drawers, and flanked to each side with a tall arched mirror door, and raised on a bracket plinth, 72” (213cm) wide. (1) €400 - 600 35 A GOOD LATE 19TH CENTURY HEAVY CAST IRON AND PAINTED MANTLE PIECE, the shaped shelf above a frieze with three panels, each applied with trophies and ribbon bows, on conforming panelled jambs, the attractive fire inset with ceramic tiles, relief moulded in the form of flowers, with basket grate, 52” (132cm)h x 66” (168cm)w approx. (1) €300-500

33 4

36 A MODERN CREAM-PAINTED AND PARCELGILT BEDSIDE PEDESTAL, on cabriole legs, 16” (41cm); together with a modern oval gilt wall mirror with ribbon crest and tassel terminal, 37” (94cm) wide; and a two-tier serpentine-shaped poker-work table, 23.5” (60cm) wide. (2) €70 - 90


37 AN OLD RECTANGULAR PINE SIDE TABLE, with long frieze drawer, raised on square tapering legs, 40” (101cm) wide. (1) €80 - 150 38 A VICTORIAN SWING-FRAME MAHOGANY DRESSING TABLE MIRROR, with spiral reeded supports and serpentine shaped marble top, 26” (66cm) approx. (1) €150 - 250 39 AFTER EDME ANTONY PAUL NOEL (LATE 19TH CENTURY), a French gilt bronze group modelled with a gladiator, (RETIARIUS), on an oval moulded base, 11” (28cm) high. (1) €180 - 250 40 A LARGE GEORGIAN LIFT-TOP OAK COFFER OR MULE CHEST, with a four-panel front and three base drawers, raised on a shaped plinth, 36” (92cm) high, 61”(155cm) wide. (1) €500 - 800

44 A SET OF EIGHT (6+2) GEORGE III STYLE MAHOGANY LADDER-BACK DINING CHAIRS, each with four pierced scroll cross rails above a padded seat, on front square legs. (8) €600 - 900 45 AN AFGHAN RUG, with large centre medallion, on a red ground with green and turquoise spandrels, inside a fawn border, 8ft (277cm) x 6ft7 (201cm). (1) €250 - 350 46 A SET OF SIX REGENCY PERIOD BRASS INLAID DINING CHAIRS, each with inlaid top rail and double cross rail above a padded seat, raised on front sabre legs. (6) €80 - 150 47 A GOOD SET OF FIVE MAHOGANY SHIELDBACK CHAIRS, each pierced splat with fluted band above a stuff-over seat, covered in dark blue fabric and raised on front square tapering legs; together with a pair of similar ditto. (7) €300 - 400

41 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY ATTRACTIVE INLAID MAHOGANY TRAY, with two handles, 22” (56cm) wide. (1) €70 - 120

43 A TALL BRASS FIRE TIDY, with urn finial above two oval lion crests, on a spiral reeded stem with tripod base supporting four matching implements - a brush, a poker, a shovel, and a tongs; together with three other associated pieces, 40” (102cm) high; and a brass fan spark guard, on quadruple pod with urn finial, 27” (69cm). (a lot) €180 - 250

49 A THREE-PIECE GREY VEINED MARBLE MANTEL CLOCK GARNITURE, P. Bonnet and B. Pottier of Paris, with outside count wheel striking on a steel bell, the arched case with rouge marble band, on rectangular moulded base with similar band, 9.5” (24cm) high, 9” (23cm) wide; and a pair of matching urns, 8” (20cm) high. (3) €275 - 350 50 A WALNUT BEDSIDE PEDESTAL, with arched back and moulded top, above a panelled door, raised on a plinth, 33” (84cm) high, 17” (43cm) side. (1) €80 - 150 51 A FINE PART-SILK PERSIAN RUG, the iron red field with all-over floral design with central medallion, and conforming spandrels inside a dark blue border, 5’1 (155cm) x 39.5” (101cm). (1) €250 - 350 52 A LARGE HEAVY DEEP PILE WOOL RUG, possible Donegal, the iron red field with stylised flowers and large centre medallion, within conforming border with fawn edge, 15ft4 (467cm) x 12ft4 (374cm). (1) €800 - 1,500

42 42 A GOOD PAIR OF EARLY MASONS PATENT IRONSTONE IMARI PATTERN VASES, each decorated in typical pallet with vases of flowers, in dark blue and iron red ground, 7” (17.5cm) high; together with a Japanese Imari jardiniere with brass mounts, raised on triform stand with grotesque masks, 9” (23cm) high. (3) €80 - 150



48 A WALNUT-CASED CHIMING BRACKET CLOCK, the circular dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary dial for chime/silent and slow/fast, under an arched pediment and arched glazed door, flanked with half fluted pilaster, raised on rectangular moulded plinth 18” (46cm) high, 12” (31cm) wide. (1) €100 - 150

53 A COMPREHENSIVE VENEZIA DINNER AND COFFEE SERVICE, by Rigo & Co. in cobalt blue with chased gilt bands, comprising four large graduating meat platters; a large oval ogee shaped soup tureen and cover; a pair of vegetable tureens and covers; a sauce tureen with cover and fixed stand; six large serving dishes or bowls; thirty nine dinner plates; eleven sipper plates; eleven side plates; eight coffee cups; eight coffee saucers; twelve soup bowls; coffee cup and cover; one small gravy tureen with fixed stand; four boat shaped serving dishes. (114 approx) €700 - 800 56 A BURGUNDY GROUND QASHQAI TRIBAL RUG, with centre diamond medallion, on all-over pattern field with conforming borders and spandrels, 8ft4 (254cm) x 5ft10 (178cm). (1) €250 - 300


57 THREE COLOURFUL MODERN CERAMIC TABLE LAMPS, each with shades, 27” (69cm)h the tallest. (3) €80 - 120

66 A PAIR OF HIGH-BACK BRIGHTON FOLDING BAR STOOLS, each with slatted back, seat and foot rest. (2) €80 - 120

58 A PAIR OF TIFFANY STYLE COLOURED GLASS METAL TABLE LAMPS, each mushroom shade applied with locusts and coloured glass stones, on spiral reeded stem, and conforming circular foot, 23.5” (59cm)h. (1) €220 - 320

67 A DECORATED AND METAL-BOUND LACQUERED TRUNK, the top decorated with huntsman on horseback with hound on a country lane, with brass studs, 29” (74cm) wide. (1) €80 - 100

59 A RECTANGULAR INLAID AND CROSSBANDED COFFEE OR OCCASIONAL TABLE, the moulded top with a large oval and raised on square tapering spade legs, 51” (130cm) wide. (1) €150 - 200

68 A CHINESE LACQUERED LIFT-TOP MULE CHEST, the entire chest relief decorated and lacquered with figures in boats, other figures, vases of flowers, pagodas, mythical animals, etc.; the hinged top opening to reveal a vacant interior, on a fixed base with one long drawer and raised on bracket feet, 39” (99cm) high x 41” (104cm) wide. (1) €250 - 350

60 A PAIR OF INLAID EDWARDIAN WALNUT CORNER ARMCHAIRS, each with slatted sides and padded feet, raised on four turned legs, united by an X-shaped stretcher. (2) €280 - 350 61 A PAIR OF MODERN CREAM AND GILT PAINTED URN-SHAPED TABLE LAMPS, each with cylindrical shade, 41” (104cm) high. (1) €100 - 200 62 A MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTION OF PARASOLS AND UMBRELLAS, including one carved wooden dog head example, another with a bust finial, and three others. (5) €80 - 120 63 A 19TH CENTURY RECTANGULAR MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE, raised on four turned legs, 36” (91cm) wide (adapted); together with a modern rectangular inlaid mahogany coffee table on square tapering legs; and a rectangular inlaid and satinwood banded mahogany occasional or side table, on square tapering legs, 27” (69cm). (3) €80 - 150 64 A PAIR OF GOTHIC REVIVAL GILT SIDE CHAIRS, each arched back with a padded panel on a bow-fronted padded seat, on reeded tapering gilt legs, covered in royal blue fabric. (2) €80 - 120

69 A PAIR OF UNUSUAL INDIAN PLANK MOTHER-OF-PEARL INLAID HIGH BACK CHAIRS. (2) €100 - 200 70 A SIX-BRANCH GILT BRASS AND GLASS CHANDELIER, with pear-shaped lustre drops. (1) €50 - 70 71 A 19TH CENTURY TWO DRAWER MILITARY CHEST, with brass mounts, on bun feet, 36” (92cm)w. (1) €100 - 200 72 A GOOD VICTORIAN BURL WALNUT BREAKFRONT PEDESTAL DRESSING TABLE, with arched swing-frame mirror, the top with two small pedestals, each with two drawers above a projecting front drawer, raised on two pedestals each with four conforming drawers, on plinths, 55” (140cm) wide. (1) €250 - 350

74 A 19TH CENTURY ROSEWOOD BANDED DROP LEAF PEMBROKE TABLE, the rectangular flaps with rounded corners, flanking one mock and one frieze drawer, raised on spiral stem and quadruple pod, and brass lion paw feet, 36.25” (92cm)w. (1) €400 - 600 75 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY SILK NEEDLEWORK PICTURE, ’Biblical Scene’, depicting two figures by palm trees; together with another similar oval ditto, ‘Man Feeding Birds’, 18” (46cm) x 15” (38cm) the larger. (2) €150 - 250 76 AN ATTRACTIVE CHIPPENDALE STYLE CARTOUCHE-SHAPED GILT PIER MIRROR, with four mirror plates, inside a scrolling frame with foliage, 49” (125cm) high, 26” (66cm) wide. (1) 77 A VICTORIAN WALNUT NURSING CHAIR, with oval button back and bow-fronted seat, raised on turned and fluted front legs. (1) €100 - 150 78 A VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD CASED MIDSIZED GRAND PIANO, by John Broadwood and Sons of London, with 44” (112cm) ivory keyboard, and wooden frame, raised on four octagonal turned and tapering legs, 52” (132cm) wide x 84” (213cm) long. (1) €100 - 200 79 A PAIR OF SILVER PLATED BALUSTER SHAPED, SPIRAL REEDED TABLE CANDLESTICKS, each 11.25” (28.5cm) high; together with a plated punch bowl with stag-head handles; a cased pair of silver plated fish servers with ornate handles and pierced blade and prongs; and a rectangular two-handled silver-plate and monogrammed tray, 20” (51cm) wide. (6) €80 - 120

73 A LATE VICTORIAN WALNUT CORNER ARMCHAIR, on four turned legs. (1) €100 - 200

65 AN OLD FRENCH CASED VIOLIN, with single piece back and three old bows, in case. (4) €60 - 80




80 A TWELVE-PIECE COLOURFUL DRESDEN PORCELAIN COFFEE SERVICE, comprising six coffee cups and six saucers, each inside a green scale border, the interior decorated with flowers against a white background; together with a German porcelain duo set, comprising two cups, two saucers, and two matching plates, all decorated with colourful flowers. (18) €60 - 90 81 AN OVAL SERPENTINE-SHAPED LEATHERBOUND AND GILT-METAL MOUNTED JEWELLERY CASKET, the top inset with an oval porcelain panel, faux tortoiseshell base and interior, the panels in cut gilt metal, forming flowers and scrolls, 6” (15cm); together with a rectangular French Serve-style porcelain ring box, profusely decorated with flowers and gilt sprays, 5.5” (14cm); and a blue and white Meissen style pierced basket style porcelain fruit bowl, with rustic handles 10” (26cm). (3) €80 - 120 82 J.F. DEBIA (19TH CENTURY ITALIAN SCHOOL), ‘Man with Young Girl and Donkey Fowl by a Barn’ and its companion, ‘A Woman with Infant and Donkey by a Barn’, oils on canvas, signed lower right, 19” (49cm) x 14.25” (36cm), a pair. (2) €60 - 700 83 EARLY 19TH CENTURY IRISH SCHOOL, Portrait of James Malachy, game keeper Heywood Ballynakill, according to an inscription verso, and its companion, Sarah Malachy, Ballynakill, according to inscription verso, both standing in a landscape by a tree, he holding a clay pipe with game bag strapped over his shoulder and she with a straw hat holding a small bunch of flowers in a red dress, O.O.C., both inscribed verso, 24in (60cm)h x 19.25in (49cm). (2) €200 - 300

86 A LARGE JAPANESE IMARI SAUCER DISH, 19th century, with lobed border, decorated in typical palette with colours of iron red, dark blue, white and with a floral centre, 18” (46cm). (1) €100 - 200 87 AFTER GUSTAV RICHTER, an oval porcelain panel depicting a portrait of a young Neapolitan fisher-boy, in oval frame, 6.5” (16cm) x 5” (12cm). (1) €200 - 300

82 (pair)

88 88 A VERY ATTRACTIVE FRENCH GILT BRASS MANTEL CLOCK, the arched top with two cherubs and a swan, above a circular enamel dial with Roman numerals, signed Aubert and Klaftenberger, also signed on the movement and inscribed Geneve, numbered 7011, striking on a steel bell; the clock face flanked to either side with cherubs and swans, on blue celeste Sevre style porcelain panel, on shaped base applied with sea shell, coral, and scrolling flowers, on serpentine shaped gilt base, 14.5” (37cm) high, 20” (51cm) wide. (1) €600 - 700


84 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL, ‘Family Group Crossing a Stream with Horses’, watercolour, 16.5” (42cm) x 24” (61cm). (1) €300 - 500 85 AN UNUSUAL WILLIAM IV STYLE MAHOGANY PEDESTAL OR LAMP TABLE, with tooled leather top inside a pierced brass gallery, above a writing slide and two slide back doors, each with faux book spines, raised on four tapering, turned and reeded legs with brass casters, 292 (74cm) high, 22.5” (57cm) wide. (1) €450 - 500



89 A 19TH CENTURY FRENCH GILT METAL MANTEL CLOCK, with porcelain dial and Roman numerals and outside count wheel by Jape Freres of Paris, the cylindrical drum surmounted with various trophies, flanked to one side with a classical lady, and two porcelain panels to the front, one depicting cherubs, the other flowers, raised on shaped legs, 11.5” (29cm) high, 17” (43cm) wide. (1) €300 - 400

93 A PAIR OF ROSEWOOD CONSOLE TABLES, each with a grained faux-marble top above a recessed mirror plate, flanked with fluted pilasters, on inverted bead-moulded plinth, supporting a pair of turned columns, 34” (87cm) high, 37” (94cm) wide. (2) €1,400 - 1,600 94 A BURGUNDY GROUND TABRIZ CARPET, with large centre medallion, floral pattern, and conforming spandrels and borders, 10ft1 (330cm) x 7ft5 (226cm). (1) €300 - 400

90 A VERY ATTRACTIVE LATE 19TH CENTURY OVAL MARQUETRY PETITE COMMODE, with three-quarter pierced brass gallery, and rosewood-banded top, profusely inlaid with a chinoiserie scene, above three bow-fronted drawers with similar inlay, the side panels with floral inlay, raised on cabriole legs united by a kidney shaped shelf, 32” (81cm) high x 19.25” (49cm) wide. (1) €600 - 900

95 A LONG IVORY GROUND KASHMIR STYLE RUNNER, the ivory ground with all-over tree of life design, inside a dark blue border, 16ft11 (516cm) x 2ft7 (78cm). (1) €200 - 250

91 AN EBONY BANDED SATINWOOD FOLDOUT CARD TABLE OR PATIENTS TABLE, the double foldout top inlaid with shelves, above a frieze drawer, on square tapering inlaid spayed legs united by a stretcher shelf with gallery, 28.5” (73cm) high x 21” (53cm) wide. (1) €150 - 250 92 A LATE GEORGE III PERIOD MAHOGANY AND ROSEWOOD-BANDED DROP-LEAF PEMBROKE TABLE, with demi-lune flaps flanking a frieze drawer, raised on square tapering and angled spayed legs, 42” (106cm) wide extended. (1) €300 - 500

99 AN EMPIRE STYLE BRASS-MOUNTED SIDE CUPBOARD, with grey veined marble top, above two frieze drawers and two lower cupboard doors below, flanked to each side with tapering pilasters, each headed with an Egyptian Revival bust, terminating in human feet, on an inverted breakfront plinth with brass paw feet, 50.5” (128cm) wide. (1) €400 - 600

97 A MAHOGANY BOW-FRONTED SIDEBOARD, early 19th century, with brass rail and centre frieze drawer, flanked to each side with two cellar drawers, raised on square tapering spade legs, 85” (216cm) wide. (1) €400 - 800 98 A PAIR OF ATTRACTIVE HAND COLOURED MAPS, 19th century, one showing the Road from Dublin to Kildare and Portarlington, and a further map verso, with details of the above; and another hand coloured map, uniformly framed, the Road from Limerick to Ennis, continued from Six-Mile Bridge, and verso with a map of the Road from Limerick to Galway, each 9” (23cm) x 5” (12cm). (2) €80 - 120

100 100 A 19TH CENTURY FRENCH PORTICO ALABASTER MANTEL CLOCK, by Derville of Lyon, the machine turned silverised dial with Roman numerals, the rectangular dentil moulded top applied with gilt brass crest supported with four white alabaster columns, each with gilt brass capitals, and an ornate brass pendulum, raised on a conforming base, 17.5” (45cm) high, 9” (23cm) wide. (1) €250 - 270 101 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY PEMBROKE STYLE DROP-LEAF DINING TABLE, with oblong flaps, flanking one mock and one frieze drawer, and raised on octagonal baluster turned legs, 48” (122cm) wide. (1) €100 - 200 102 AN ATTRACTIVE WALNUT AND PARQUETRY INLAID OCCASIONAL TABLE, the top profusely inlaid with specimen veneers in a star pattern, inside a circular border on a conforming turned inlaid stem and tripod base, 29.5” (75cm) wide. (1) €300 - 400 103 A LARGE BRASS-BOUND OAK PLANTER OR WINE COOLER, of coopered form, raised on four bentwood legs, 26” (66cm) diameter. (1) €280 - 350

93 (pair) 8


104 AN EDWARDIAN EBONISED SEMI-WING ARMCHAIR, covered in floral brocade and raised on front cabriole legs; together with another smaller similar open armchair. (2) €100 - 200

110 A THREE-PIECE FRENCH SUITE OF SEAT FURNITURE, comprising a pair of side chairs; a two seater settee with ribbon crest and padded back, above a bow fronted padded seat, on turned and tapering fluted legs; and a pair of similar armchairs, each with oval seat, raised on front cabriole legs, all covered in floral tapestry fabric. (5) €150 - 250

114 A FRENCH MARBLE AND GILT-METAL MOUNTED MANTEL CLOCK, surmounted with a bronze spelter figure of a woman with scroll and quill, the dial with Arabic and Roman numerals, raised on leaf cast legs, 20” (51cm); together with another speller figure, 19.5” (50cm). (2) €60 - 90 115 AN EARLY VICTORIAN MAHOGANY CHEST, with three long and two short drawers, raised on turned legs, 43” (110cm) wide. (1) €100 - 200

111 A PERSIAN QASHQAI TRIBAL RUG, with two diamond-shaped medallions, on a burgundy ground, with all over stylised flowers and animals, inside dark spandrels and an ivory border, 6ft10 (208cm) x 5ft6 (163cm). (1) €250 - 300


105 A CIRCULAR ART DECO STYLE WALNUT CENTRE TABLE, the shaped stem with a small shelf and raised on a circular plinth, 29.5” (75cm) diameter. (1) €200 - 300

116 A 19TH CENTURY STAFFORDSHIRE FLATBACK GROUP, modelled as a young man and woman with dog, 14” (36cm) high; together with a Staffordshire pocket-watch stand, with two figures of peacocks, 11” (28cm). (2) €60 - 90

112 A DARK RED GROUND BOKHARA RUG, with three rows of square panels, and starshaped medallions, inside a multi-band border, 9ft9 (297cm) x 6ft6 (198cm). (1) €300 - 500

117 A LARGE RARE IRISH PUB MIRROR, for Griffith’s Old Irish Whiskey, printed in various colours, inside engraved bands, in original frame, 33” (84cm) x 27” (69cm). (1) €2,500 - 3,000

113 AN ORIENTAL RUG, with three diamond-shaped medallions, on dark blue and red ground, inside a multi-band border, 6ft11 (210cm) x 5ft4 (163cm). (1) €200 - 300

106 A PAIR OF GEORGE II STYLE WALNUT ARMCHAIRS, each with a vase-shaped centre back splat, and drop-in seat, raised on front cabriole legs. (2) €150 - 250 107 A VERY UNUSUAL INLAID MAHOGANY GENTLEMAN’S VALET, the top with a circular dish for money, a coat hanger, a trousers rail, and a shoe rack below, on oval base, 52” (132cm). (1) €700 - 800 108 A CIRCULAR ART DECO STYLE ROSEWOOD BEDSIDE CHEST AND PEDESTAL, with two drawers, on U-shaped support and circular moulded base, 30” (76cm) high, 17” (43cm) wide. (1) €250 - 300 109 AN EDWARDIAN INLAID ROSEWOOD ARMCHAIR, the padded back with a centre concave marquetry inlaid panel, above a bow-fronted seat, covered in ivory satin and raised on front square tapering spayed legs. (1) €100 - 150



118 A BENTIMA MANTEL CLOCK, c.1950, with circular banded chromium dial, with Arabic numerals, striking on a steel gong, 9” (23cm) high. (1) €50 - 70 119 A PAINTED WOODEN MANTELPIECE, in the Adam;s style, the reeded frieze with an urn centre, flanked to either side with lion masks and raised on reeded jambs, 47” (120cm) high x 51” (129cm) wide. (1) €150 - 250 120 AN EDWARDIAN BRASS SCROLL-END FENDER, with square tubular top rail, 58” (147cm) approx.; together with a set of three brass fire irons. (4) €60 - 90 121 A VERY UNUSUAL AND RARE LIFE SIZE MODEL OF A WOMAN, modelled with bonnet and shop apron holding a basket, inscribed ‘1942, Flowers and Tobacco Woodbines and John Players’, painted in various colours, 6ft (183cm) high. (1) €2,200 - 2,400 122 A 19TH CENTURY GILT PIER MIRROR, with moulded inverted breakfront cornice, above a shell-moulded frieze, the mirror plate flanked to each side with spiral fluted pilasters, 40” (102cm) high x 29” (74cm) wide. (1) €250 - 450 124 A RECTANGULAR FOLD-OVER MAHOGANY TEA TABLE, 19th century - probably Irish, of plain proportions, on square legs, 36” (91cm) wide. (1) €80 - 150

126 126 A PAIR OF RECTANGULAR SERPENTINE SHAPED AND BRASS MOUNTED TWO TIER ETAGERES, each inlaid top with a brass edge, on fluted supports with cabriole legs united by stretcher shelf , each with pierced brass gallery, 29” (74cm) high, 19” (48cm) wide. (1) €550 - 650 128 MAURICE, LATE 19TH CENTURY FRENCH SCHOOL, ‘Military and Other Figures in a Courtyard’, O.O.C., signed lower left, unframed, 18” (46cm) x 24” (61cm). (1) €80 - 120 129 A CHIPPENDALE STYLE MAHOGANY BUREAU BOOKCASE, the moulded cornice above two astragal glazed doors and sloped front, with three long drawers below and raised on cabriole legs, and ball-nclaw feet, 33” (84cm) wide. (1) €80 - 120 130 A LARGE MEISSEN STYLE PORCELAIN TABLE CENTRE, the flower encrusted basket bowl on a reeded stem with four dancing cherubs and a colourful octagonal base with gilt scroll legs, 28.5” (72cm). (1) €200 - 400




125 A LATE GEORGIAN PERIOD EBONYSTRUNG MAHOGANY BEDSIDE NIGHT-TIME COMMODE, with moulded gallery above two cupboard doors and double mock drawer below, pulling out to reveal a leather lined surface, adapted, 41” (79cm) high, 24” (61cm) wide. (1) €600 - 650

131 A SMALL EDWARDIAN INLAID DISPLAY CABINET, with breakfront and a central glazed door, flanked to either side with recessed pilaster, each inlaid with an urn and raised on square tapering legs, 40” (101cm) high x 23” (59cm) wide. (1) €100 - 150


133 A PAIR OF CARVED WOODEN INDIAN FIGURES, modelled with figures seated, a composition figure of a classical woman, a carved wooden figure of a man playing bagpipes, a pair of african tribal busts, another figure of an African woman, a tall African figure of a woman carrying a pot on her head, and a small Chinese blue and white bottle vase, as is. (9) €100 - 200 134 AN OCTAGONAL CHINESE LACQUERED PAPIER-MACHE TEA CADDY, of casket form, the hinged cover enclosing two pewter lidded canisters, raised on four gilt paw feet, 8” (20cm). (1) €80 - 120 135 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY RECTANGULAR GRAINED PINE CASH REGISTER, with drawer and glass aperture to the top, 19” (49cm) high x 10” (26cm) wide. (1) €40 - 90 136 AN OAK CASED GRAMOPHONE, with lift-top and two cupboard doors, by The Columbia Gramophone Company, The Viva-Tonal Grafonola, 38.5” (98cm) high x 22” (56cm) wide, on square tapering legs. (1) €80 - 150 137 MODERN SCHOOL, “Elegant Figures in Grand Interior”. O.O.C,signed with monogram and inscribed Paris,in attractive gilt frame, 36” (91cm)h x 47” (119cm)W. (1) €200 - 300 138 AN ATTRACTIVE CARVED OAK HALL STAND, early 20th century, the shaped pediment with grotesque mask and scrolling foliage above a bevelled mirror plate, and four turned pegs, the mirror flanked with mythical winged beasts to either side above a domed and carved glove compartment and a stick and umbrella stand below, on turned supports, 36” (92cm). (1) €150 - 250 140 A VICTORIAN WALNUT MARQUETRY SIDE CABINET, of breakfront outline, the centre with a vacant compartment and two doors below, flanked to either side with two glazed doors, on a plinth base with bracket feet, 54” (137cm) wide. (1) €200 - 300 141 INTO THE SUNSET - BRITANNIA, O.O.C., indistinctly signed inscribed and dated, 27” (68cm) x 23” (58cm); with another modern painting signed with initials P.C. and dated ‘07 lower left, O.O.C., the mount inscribed Venezicano 2007, depicting Venetian masks, 19” (48cm) square. (2) €100 - 200

142 AN INLAID ROSEWOOD MIRROR-BACK CHIFFONIER, the shaped pediment inlaid with urns and drapes, above a concave shelf, with fret-cut open-work gallery, and two panels each inlaid with an urn, above a mirror plate and bevelled mirror plate to either side, on a breakfront base with frieze drawer, two cupboard doors, and a vacant compartment, flanked to either side with concave shelves and raised on turned legs, 53” (135cm) wide. (1) €200 - 400 143 A LARGE RECTANGULAR GEORGIAN PERIOD MAHOGANY AND BRASS-BOUND TABLE-TOP DESK, the interior slope covered with blue baize, fitted with various slots for ink pots and secret compartment with drawers, 22” (56cm) wide. (1) €100 - 200 144 TWO SIMILAR VICTORIAN ARMCHAIRS, one walnut, the other oak, each with button-back and padded seat, raised on front turned legs, and covered in burgundy hide. (2) €80 - 120 145 A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIRS, each with scroll uprights and leaf-carved cross rail, now with solid seats and raised on front turned legs, with X-shaped stretcher. (2) €150 - 250 146 A VERY UNUSUAL ALMOST-MATCHING PAIR OF GEORGE III PERIOD WRITING SCREEN TABLES, each with rectangular top, one in mahogany, the other in rosewood, with satinwood and calamander-wood, one with satinwood and calamander wood banding, the other with satinwood and mahogany banding, each with a frieze drawer and a pull-up screen to the rear, the drawer enclosing a writing slide and ivory handles; raised on square tapering legs with brass cup castors; the other with a similar pullup screen, the drawer fitted with a slide and a concealed drawer for pen and ink bottles, a pair, each 30” (76cm) high x 22” (56cm) wide. (2) €1,000 - 1,200 147 A LARGE HEAVY VICTORIAN MAHOGANY AND BRASS-BOUND CABIN CHEST, with lift-top and heavy iron carrying handles, on a moulded plinth base, 30.5” (77cm) high x 58” (147cm) wide. (1) €600 - 900

148 A FIVE-PIECE LOUIS XV SUITE OF FRENCH PAINTED AND PARCEL GILT SEAT FURNITURE, painted with parcel gilt, comprising three seat settee with asymmetrical crest, above a padded back and serpentine-fronted seat, together with a pair of matching side chairs, and a pair of arm chairs, each covered in attractive fabric. (5) €80 - 120 149 A SERPENTINE-FRONTED WALNUT SWINGFRAME DRESSING TABLE MIRROR, on spiral supports, 26” (66cm) wide. (1) €60 - 90 150 AN UNUSUAL REGENCY PERIOD INLAID ROSEWOOD AND GRAINED ROSEWOOD TEA-POY, the casket-shaped top opening to reveal a vacant interior, on a baluster-shaped turned stem with brass egg, tongue and dart moulded collar, on a quadruple brass-mounted inlaid pod, terminating in lion paw castors, 31” (79cm) high, 16.5” (42cm) wide. (1) €300 - 500 151 A COLLECTION OF JAPANESE IMARI PORCELAIN, comprising a pair of circular lobed dishes, decorated in typical palette with three flowerheads within scrolling foliage, 9” (23cm); together with two similar Japanese Imari porcelain saucer dishes, each approx. 11” (20cm). (4) €100 - 150 152 A 19TH CENTURY IMARI PORCELAIN SAUCE TUREEN AND COVER, probably Spode; together with an Imari pattern cup and saucers; various gilt decorated glass salts; a paper weight; and two hexagonal jars; each set with semi-precious stone. (a lot) €40 - 60 153 AN ATTRACTIVE PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY BERLIN TWO COMPARTMENT SWEETMEAT OR SALT STANDS, each surmounted with a cherub, and double oval bowls below decorated with elegant figures in gardens, raised on Rococo scroll legs, 5” (13cm) high, 5” (13cm) wide. (1) €100 - 150 154 A 19TH CENTURY GERMAN FIGURAL PORCELAIN SWEET-MEAT STAND, modeled with a seated gentleman in colourful attire with both hands on an oval basket, decorated and encrusted with flowers, 11” (28cm) wide. (1) €100 - 150


157 155 AN UNUSUAL REGENCY STYLE PIER MIRROR, in the form of ribbon bows and drapes, with circular bevelled mirror centre, 48.5” (124cm) high, 26.5” (67cm) wide. (1) €150 - 200 156 A BRONZE FIGURE OF A MOUNTAIN GOAT, on rectangular polished limestone base, 16.5” (42cm) wide. (1) €450 - 500 157 A GOOD SCALE PAINTED WOODEN MODEL OF THE TITANIC, in red, white, and black; raised on a rectangular stand, with the four chimneys, numerous life boats, etc., 57” (145cm) long. (1) €500 - 550

160 NINETEENTH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL, ‘Man with Dog Approaching a Cathedral Town’, O.O.P., 12” (31cm) x 15” (38cm). (1) €500 - 600 161 NINETEENTH CENTURY DUTCH SCHOOL, ‘Fisherfolk on the Shore’, O.O.C., 16” (40cm) x 20.5” (52cm). (1) €250 - 300

164 164 CHARLES HENRY COOK (1830-1906), ‘An Irish Cailin Seated by a Bank with Red Shawl’, O.O.C., signed lower right, 19” (49cm) x 13” (33cm). (1) €300 - 400 165 A FRAMED GILT RELIEF, depicting battle scene with wounded general in the foreground, 10” (26cm) x 11.75” (32cm). (1) €80 - 120

162 162 THOMAS JAMES SOPER, (1836-1890), ‘Figure with a Horse and Cart Digging by a Laneway’, watercolour, signed lower right, 13.5” (34cm) x 25” (64cm). (1) €300 - 350

166 A PAIR OF MODERN MINIATURE PORTRAITS, depicting two ladies; a modern Indian miniature; and another modern miniature. (4) €80 - 90 167 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL, portrait miniature of a young woman, watercolour, signed with initials, 7” (17cm) x 5” (12cm); together with another portrait of a woman. (2) €80 - 150

158 158 A VIENNA PORCELAIN CABINET PLATE, with classical scene, depicting Helen and Achilles, 12” (30cm) diameter. (1) €80 - 150 159 AFTER JOHN FREDERICK HERRING, ‘Stable Interior’, depicting cows, horses and hens, colourful oleograph, in Victorian gilt frame, 19” (49cm) x 23.5” (60cm). (1) €480 - 550


163 163 GEORGE DRUMMOND FISH (1876-1938), ‘Coastal Scene with Sheep Grazing’, watercolour, signed lower left, 12.5” (31xcm) x 18” (46cm). (1) €250 - 300

169 169 MAURICE CANNING WILKS R.U.A., A.R.H.A. (1910-1084), ‘Thatched Cottages by the Sea’, watercolour, signed lower left, 10” (26cm) x 14” (36cm). (1) €350 - 550


173 170 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL, ‘The Interior of a Tudor House’, depicting floral arrangements and period furniture, furniture, indistinctly signed and dated lower right, 14.5” (37cm) x 19.5” (50cm). (1) €250 - 350 171 CAMPBELL, (20TH AND 21ST CENTURY), ‘Landscape with Figures in Foreground’, O.O.P., signed, 12” (30cm) x 16” (40cm). (1) €100 - 150 172 HANIFORD (19TH CENTURY), ‘Coastal Village with Fisherfolk’, watercolour, signed lower right, 13.5” (34cm) x 10” (27cm); together with a pair of French coloured prints. (3) €70 - 90

174 173 19TH CENTURY IRISH SCHOOL, ‘Ross Castle, Killarney’, depicting people and boats, sepia, watercolour, 6.5” (16cm) x 9.25” (25cm). (1) €200 - 300 174 SIMON MACLEOD (B.1956), ‘A Single Rose’, still life, oil on panel, signed and inscribed verso 5.25” (14cm) x 9” (22cm). (1) €150 - 250 175 DORA STANLEY (20TH OR 21ST CENTURY), ‘Study of a Brindle Great Dane’, depicted in a landscape with castle beyond, O.O.C., signed lower right, 8.5” (22cm) x 11.5” (29cm). (1) €100 - 200

175 176 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL, ‘Off the Beswick Coast’, depicting figures chatting on cliff edge with dog, oil on canvas, signed lower left, 15.5” (40cm) x 24” (61cm). (1) €200 - 300 See illustration on page 14 177 G.H. EARLS (19TH CENTURY), ‘Two Horses and Man by a Walled Garden with Two Figures Fencing Beyond’, oil on canvas, signed lower left, 15.5” (39cm) x 21” (54cm). (1) €400 - 600 178 A CHINESE COLOURED PRINT, depicting numerous figures and immortals, 13.5” (34cm) x 28” (72cm). (1) €80 - 120



189 A SMALL WATERCOLOUR, ‘A Coastal Fishing Scene’, signed and dated ‘97; a coloured print after E. Leighton, ‘Figures on a Balcony’; and another coloured print after Earnest Kilbourn, ‘Sylvan Solitude’. (3) €70 - 90

179 AN OLD COLORFUL WILLS WOODBINES FRAMED ADVERTISING POSTER, in original ebonised frame, 27” (68cm)h x 18.75” (48cm). (1) €250 - 280 180 AFTER JOHN EVERETT LAMILLAIS (1886), ‘Young Boy in Red Blowing Soap Bubbles’, a fine coloured print, 29” (74cm) x 21” (53cm). (1) €150 - 200 181 AFTER KONSTANTIN JOHANN F. CRETIUS (1814-1901), a pair of colourful chromo-lithographs, by Starch and Cramer Berlin, ‘The hairdresser’ depicting figures in an interior, and its companion ‘Figures on a Balcony in the City Square’, each in attractive bead moulded gilt frame, 20” (51cm) x 16” (41cm). (2) €200 - 300

176 184 TWO FACSIMILE COLOURED WHISKEY ADVERTISING POSTERS, framed, one for Watson Company Limited, Fine Old Whisky, the other McConnell’s Whiskey, Gromac Distillery Belfast. (2) €100 - 150

182 AFTER SIR DAVID WILKIE R.A., A LARGE BLACK AND WHITE ENGRAVING, depicting General Sir David Baird discovering the body of Sultan Tippo Saib, after storming Seringapatam, engraved by John Burnett F.R.S. 31” (84cm) x 24” (61cm); together with a large black and white engraving, depicting an elegant lady with plume hat and hair in ringlets, 31” (79cm) x 24” (61cm). (2) €180 - 250

190 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY FRENCH ORMOLU BOUDOIR MANTEL CLOCK, the top surmounted with a young peasant girl holding a wounded dove and a spilled basket at her side, above a circular enamel dial with Roman numerals, signed Richond Ft. Eve. Monttre, 17 a Paris, the works by J. Pons, with an outside count wheel and striking on a steel bell, the ornate case with leaf scrolls and scroll front legs, 14” (36cm) high x 10.5 (27cm) wide. (1) €80 - 120

191 191 A FINE CIRCULAR FRENCH LONGWY ENAMEL DECORATED FLORAL BOWL, on blue ground, with pot belly and flared neck. (1)

185 185 CIRCLE OF JOSEPH MALLORD WILLIAM TURNER (R.A. 1775-1851), ‘A Mountain Top Castle’, watercolour, bears initials J.M.W.T. lower right, 9” (23cm) x 7” (18cm). (1) €500 - 800 Illustration also on inside back cover


183 AN OLD FRAMED POSTER, ‘Vote Unionists’, with DeValera seated on a bank by a sign post directing towards the Irish Republic and the United Kingdom, issued by the Ulster Unionist Council and printed by John Cleland and Son Limited, 20.5 “(52cm) x 15” (38cm). (1) €180 - 220


187 FRANCIS WYNNE THOMAS (1907-1989), “Woman with Vessel on her Head, and Two Younger Women” O.O.C., signed lower right, 30”(76cm)h x 25” 64cm)w. (1) the reverse painted with a seated girl. (1) €300 - 500 188 E. MOULTON, ‘A Moonlit Church and Graveyard’, O.O.B, signed lower right, 12” (30cm) x 18” (46cm); another late Victorian painting, ‘Thatched Cottage with Hens at a Roadside’, O.O.C., signed with initials E.G.C., 102 (26cm) x 14” (36cm). (2) €80 - 150

192 A BRONZE STUDY OF A SEATED PIG, 8” (20cm) high. (1) €180 - 250


193 AN EROTIC CARVED WOODEN GROUP OR PIPE STAND, modelled with a woman embracing a phallus, 6” (15cm). (1) €250 - 270


198 A COLD PAINTED BRONZE GROUP, modelled with Arab snake charmer, seated on oriental rug, 5” (13cm) wide. (1) €280 - 350


201 A LATE 19TH CENTURY GREEN ONYX AND GILT METAL MOUNTED ARCHITECTURAL STYLE MANTEL CLOCK, with later quartz movement, the top with dolphin crest and two urns, above a circular dial with Arabic numerals, flanked to either side with a reeded column, on rectangular moulded base, 11” (28cm) high. (1) €75 - 100

194 A RARE OLD IRON GAMEKEEPERS TRAP GUN, with three-stage cannon barrel, and spring trigger, probably French, 8.5” (21cm). (1) €350 - 400

199 199 A FINE RECTANGULAR GILT BRASS AND REPOUSSE-CHASED JEWELLERY CASKET, in the Renaissance style with classical figures, draped urns, scrolling foliage, etc., the hinged cover opening to reveal velvet line interior, 7.5” (19cm). (1) €300 - 350 200 AN OAK LANCET SHAPED MANTEL CLOCK, by Junghans circular silverised dial with Arabic numerals, on rectangular moulded base, 12” (30cm) x 9.25” (33.5cm). (1) €75 - 100


202 202 A LATE 19TH CENTURY AND EARLY 20TH CENTURY AMERICAN WALNUT CASED PENDULUM MANTEL CLOCK, with circular painted dial and Roman numerals, inside a glazed door, on rectangular moulded base, 18” (45cm) high, 13” (33cm) wide. (1) €60 - 80

195 AN OVAL MINIATURE PORTRAIT, depicting lady holding a parrot, with rose wreathe crest, in oval frame, standing on empire style supports, headed with female masks, on rectangular rouge marble base, 7” (18cm). (1) €250 - 280 196 A BRONZE MODEL OF A BULL DOG, O.R.M., raised on oval polished black limestone base, 7.5” (19cm) high. (1) €150 - 200 197 AN UNUSUAL EASEL-SHAPED DESK TIMEPIECE, the arched top with a centre enamel porcelain panel, depicting couple in landscape, above a circular dial, in Roman and Arabic numerals, and painted scene with castle to the centre, the ornate brass frame with etched panels. (1) €100 - 150



203 A BLACK POLISHED LIMESTONE AND BRASS-MOUNTED MANTEL CLOCK GARNITURE, of architectural design, the clock with a domed top and urn finial, and a bow front with classical scenes in relief, above a circular two stage dial with Arabic numerals, the bow fronted stepped base supporting four Corinthian style columns,16” 41cm) high, 18” (46cm) wide; together with a pair of matching urns, 10” (26cm) high. (3) €100 - 200



204 204 AN UNUSUAL MAHOGANY PEDESTAL DESK, the rectangular moulded top with three tooled leather insets above three frieze drawers, the single right hand pedestal with four drawers and a writing slide, and a side extension with a further smaller pedestal with three drawers, a slide, and raised, on plinth base, the desk 61” (155cm) wide, the extension 44” (112cm). (1) €500 - 600

207 AN UNUSUAL GREEN PAINTED AND PARCEL GILT CONVERSATION SETTEE, with openwork panels and two padded seats, raised on turned legs with conforming stretchers, 32” (81cm) wide. (1) €80 - 150

205 A MODERN INLAID MAHOGANY OPEN BOOKCASE, with three shelves, raised on bracket feet, 42” (107cm) wide. (1) €100 - 150



206 A GOOD VICTORIAN MAHOGANY FIVE SHELF WATERFALL BOOKCASE, with cartouche crest issuing leaf scrolls, over graduating shelves and raised on turned legs, 58” (147cm) high, 42” (107cm) wide. (1) €500 - 800


208 A HEAVY THREE -PIECE POLISHED BLACK LIMESTONE AND BRASS MOUNTED MANTEL CLOCK, late 19th century, of architectural design, the arched top with a centre brass panel, depicting classical scene in relief,and a circular two-stage dial with arabic numerals, flanked to either side with classical female mask, each above a double column with Corinthian capital flanking floral swags on rectangular moulded base, 18” (45cm) high, 15” (38cm) wide; together with a pair of two handled urns, each with classical mask on square stepped base, 10” (26cm) high. (3) €100 - 200 209 A SERPENTINE SHAPED GEORGE III STYLE MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD, with two frieze drawers and two cupboard doors, raised on square tapering spade legs, 63”(160cm). (1) €80 - 120

210 A POLISHED SLATE MANTEL CLOCK, of architectural design, with circular two-stage dial and Arabic numerals, and six columns to the front, each with brass capital on plinth base, 17” (43cm) wide. (1) €50 - 80 211 A BOW-FRONTED MAHOGANY DEMI-LUNE SIDE CABINET, in the Chippendale style, the moulded top above a bow-fronted door, flanked to each side with a bowed glass door, raised on cabriole legs with ball and claw feet, 53” (135cm) wide. (1) €100 - 150 212 A THREE-PIECE FRENCH GREEN ONYX AND GILT METAL MANTEL CLOCK GARNITURE, the clock case with an urn finial, above a circular decorated dial, signed Gruvain, decorated with flowers and Arabic numerals, on rectangular base with gilt metal tegs; together with a pair of matching candelabra, each with four branches and a centre light, 18” (46cm). (3) €80 - 120 213 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY OAK WASH STAND, the marble top with three quarter gallery and shelf, above two drawers and two cupboard doors, 33” (84cm). (1) €80 - 150 215 A 19TH CENTURY INLAID MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD, probably Irish, the three-quarter gallery above a bow front, with centre frieze drawer, struck with B218 on edge, flanked with a door to either side, 75.5” (192cm) wide. (1) €150 - 250 216 A RECTANGULAR INLAID FOLD-OVER CARD TABLE, late 19th century or early 20th century, the top with two inlaid satinwood panels, flanking a parquetry inlaid panel, and raised on four cabriole legs, 34”(86cm) wide. (1) €100 - 200


223 A 19TH CENTURY INLAID AND GRAINED ROSEWOOD DROP-DIAL WALL CLOCK, the painted dial with Roman numerals, above a rectangular glazed panel, and bowed base, with scroll centre, 29” (74cm) high x 16.5” (42cm) wide. (1) €100 - 150 224 A HEAVY TERRACOTTA WALL BRACKET, modelled with a man holding a mallet and a callipers, 19” (48cm); another smaller ditto of a medieval man holding a scroll, 12.5” (31cm); and a small composition ditto of a medieval man with legs folded, 8” (20cm). (3) €150 - 200


217 A 19TH CENTURY RECTANGULAR BRASS-BOUND FIGURED WALNUT TABLE-TOP DESK, 18” (45cm) wide; together with a smaller rectangular 19th century rosewood ditto, 14” (35cm) wide; a rectangular mother-o-pearl inlaid Victorian box, 11” (28cm). (3) €60 - 90

218 A PAIR OF BULBOUS MILK-GLASS LIGHT SHADES, each with white-metal mount, with flowers in transfer, approximately 16” (41cm) high; together with a French glass green, gilt, and amber-ground bowl and cover. (3) €60 - 90

226 A LATE 19TH CENTURY OAK GOTHIC REVIVAL LIBRARY STEPS, with a pull-out three step section, on square supports, the larger section forming the top step with moulded top and carpeted threads, above four typical Gothic corbels with four main fluted square leg supports, applied with button motifs, on concealed brass casters, 38” (97cm) high, 41” (102cm) wide extended, 24” (61cm) closed; together with flour slivers of stan hide for replacement purposes. (5) €1500 - 1800 227 A PAIR OF CAST BRASS MINIATURE CANDLESTICKS, each modelled with a dog holding candle holder in mouth, 6” (15cm) high. (2) €200 - 250

219 A MODERN CHEVAL DRESSING MIRROR, in bead moulded mirror frame, 64” (163cm)h x 18” (46cm)w, (1) €70 - 90 221 A 19TH CENTURY CARVED GILTWOOD OVERMANTEL OR CONSOLE MIRROR, the open vine leaf carved pediment above a mirror plate, in spiral reeded and floral carved frame with leaf spandrels, 63” (160cm) high, 45” (114cm) wide. (1) €400 - 600 222 A SMALL WALNUT CASED VIENNA WALL CLOCK, with circular dial and Arabic numerals, with brass pendulum, under a divided pediment with urn final. (1) €60 - 90


228 228 A PAIR OF GREEN MARBLE AND GILT BRASS MOUNTED MANTEL PIECE URN AND COVERS, in the style of Matthew Bolton, with pineapple finial and grotesque horn masks, issuing vine swags, on a square brass stem base, 12.5” (32cm)h. (2) €380 - 450 17

236 A PAIR OF FRENCH PORCELAIN FIGURES, late 19th century, one modelled as a lady with a flower-encrusted dress, holding a bunch of grapes; the other a colourfully dressed male also holding a bunch of grapes, 10.25” (27cm) high. (2) €350 - 380

229 A 19TH CENTURY WHITE MARBLE BUST OF A CLERIC, head and shoulders, on circular moulded sockle, 10” (25.5cm) high. (1) €280 - 350 230 A BRONZE STUDY OF A RACE HORSE, on rectangular marble base, 9” (23cm) high. (1) €180 - 250 231 AN ART DECO STYLE CHROME-PLATED FIGURE OF SEMI-NUDE DANCER, resting on one knee, on rectangular black polished limestone base, 13” (33cm) high. (1) €100 - 200


232 A STAFFORDSHIRE STYLE PORCELAIN BUST OF SHAKESPEARE, head and shoulder, on polychrome sockle, 8.25” (22cm) high. (1) €200 - 220 233 A BRONZE CLASSICAL GROUP, modelled with couple kissing, on a tapering square pedestal, 8.5” (21cm) high. (1) €200 - 220 234 A PAIR OF HEAVY BRASS TWO-BRANCH FIGURAL CANDELABRA, each modelled as a Turk with candle holder in each arm, on oval stepped base, 9.25” (25cm) high. (2) €340 - 370

235 235 A COMPOSITION PAINTED PORCELAIN BUST, Marilyn Monroe - head and shoulders , inscribed on front, 21” (53cm) high. (1) €280 - 350

237 AN OVAL SEVRES STYLE FRENCH PORCELAIN TABLE CENTRE, in gilt brass frame with scrolling handles and pierced gallery, the oval centre porcelain dish with courting couple holding a birdcage, on grotesque mask legs, 14.5” (37cm). (1) €250 - 280 238 A VERY UNUSUAL FIVE-LIGHT GLASS DOME TABLE LAMP, in the Edison style 12” (49cm) high. (1) €280 - 350 239 AFTER GUILLAUME COUSTOU, a very large pair of bronze equestrian groups, each modelled as a Marley horse, each being restrained by a groom, after the originals commissioned in 1739 for the horse pond in the Garden of The Chateau De Marly 1739, 24” (61cm) x 21” (53cm). (1) €400 - 600 240 A SILVER-MOUNTED GREEN GLASS DECANTER, with silvered glass stopper, 13” (33cm) high, the mount by W.M. Hutton & Sons, London 1897. (1) €100 - 200 241 A LATE 19TH CENTURY FERN LEAF ENGRAVED CLARET JUG, of baluster form, with spiral reeded handle, and circular stem foot, 13.25” (34cm) high; together with another smaller similar water jug, with reeded handle, on stem foot, 10.5” (26cm) high approx. (2) €80-120

239 18


242 A LATE 19TH CENTURY FERN LEAF ENGRAVED CLARET JUG, of baluster form, with spiral reeded handle, and circular stem foot, 13.25” (34cm) high; together with another smaller similar water jug, with reeded handle, on stem foot, 10.5” (26cm) high approx. (2) €60 - 90

247 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS BLUE AND WHITE WEDGWOOD JASPERWARE, comprising five assorted jugs of various sizes; a sugar bowl and cover; a vase; a trinket jar and cover; and a green and white Jasperware dish cover. (9) €60 - 90 248 A RED GROUND PERSIAN TABRIZ CARPET, with large navy medallions and all over floral pattern inside conforming spandrels and borders, 11ft8 (355cm) x 8ft6 (257cm). (1) €300 - 400

245 245 AN OCTAGONAL MARBLE TABLE TOP, profusely inlaid with malachite and other specimen marbles, in the form of scrolling flowers and a central medallion, 16” (41cm) wide. (1) €150 - 200

243 243 AFTER MOREAU, a pair of bronzed metal figures, each modelled as a young boy in waders smoking a cigarette, each on rectangular base, 15” (38cm). (2) €150 - 250

249 A RED GROUND PERSIAN MASHAD CARPET, with centre star medallion on a burgundy ground with all-over floral pattern and conforming spandrels, inside a conforming wide border with smaller bands, 13ft9 (418cm) x 9ft10 (299cm). (1) €450 - 550 250 A PERSIAN KERMAN RAVAR RUG, with centre medallions and an arrangement of other smaller medallions on an ivory ground, with all-over floral pattern with conforming spandrels, inside a double band border, 8ft (244cm) x 5ft (152cm). (1) €300 - 500 251 A SMALL TURKISH DOSEMEALTI RUNNER, the iron red ground with four cruciform medallions and dark spandrels inside a double border 6ft6 (198cm) x 2ft5 (74cm). (1) €150 - 250 252 A PERSIAN KARAJA RUNNER, the burgundy ground with seven medallions, inside a four-band conforming border, 11ft8 (355cm) x 2ft10 (86cm). (1) €200 - 300 253 A PERSIAN BIDJAR RUG, with centre ivory floral medallion inside a larger conforming iron red medallion, and dark blue spandrels inside a triple border, 6ft3 (190cm) x 3ft8 (112cm). (1) €400 - 600

244 246 244 A PAIR OF HEAVY ROUGE AND DARK MARBLE BRASS-MOUNTED URNS, O.R.M., each with double serpent handles and pineapple finial, the baluster-shaped bodies headed with brass tops, on square brass stem base, 27” (69cm) high. (2) €700 - 800

246 A GOOD HEAVY GILT-BRASS AND GREEN MARBLE URN-SHAPED TABLE LAMP, applied with grotesque masks and hanging floral garlands, on square stem base 22” (56cm) wide. (1) €450 - 500

254 A THREE-TIER INLAID MAHOGANY TABLETOP WHATNOT, with frieze drawer and brass galleries, raised on down turned legs and urn finials to the top, 32” (81cm) high, 33” (84cm) wide. (1) €300 - 350


255 A SMALL PRINT AFTER WILLIAM RUSSEL FLINT, an oval portrait print “Guitar Players”, “A Woman” and another print. (3) €50 - 70 256 19TH CENTURY IRISH SCHOOL, “Devil’s Glen Waterfall” Watercolour”; together with another watercolour of figures in a landscape, 15” (38cm)h x 20” (51cm)w. (2) €50 - 70 257 A LATE 19TH CENTURY COLOURED MAP, ‘Ireland in Provinces and Counties’, and ‘The County Map of Scotland’, framed as one single sheet, in attractive mount and frame, 11.5” (29cm) x 14” (36cm). (1) €50 - 70 258 A COLLECTION OF COMPOSITION RELIEF MOULDED INTAGLIOS, in rectangular, oval and circular forms, inside a box frame, with glass front, 16” (41cm) x 14.5” (37cm). (1) €180 - 220

260 260 A VERY HEAVY COPPER AND BRASS MOUNTED DIVERS HELMET, on wooden base, 17” (43cm) high. (1) €380 - 450

263 263 A LARGE OVAL BRASS-BOUND MAHOGANY PEAT BUCKET, in the Irish Georgian style, the spiral reeded body with lion masks and two brass handles, and a pull-out brass lined interior, 26” (66cm) high x 23” (58cm) wide. (1) €2,000 - 2,200



259 A LATE 19TH CENTURY ROSEWOOD AND GRAINED ROSEWOOD BUREAU DE DAME, in the Verni Martin style, with brass gallery above a slope front decorated with courting couple in a landscape, inside a brass border, the interior with three drawers and a sliding well, raised on four brass-mounted cabriole legs, the frieze with a parquetry inlaid panel, 28” (71cm) wide. (1) €400 - 600


261 AN UNUSUAL NEST OF THREE BIRDS EYE MAPLE OCCASIONAL TABLES, the rectangular top table with moulded edge and turned legs, and a pair of fold-out drop-leaf oval tables, each on turned legs, 19” (48cm) wide. (3) €700 - 800 262 A GEORGIAN MAHOGANY THREE-DRAWER CHEST, with moulded top on bracket feet, adapted, 26.5” (67cm) high, 25” (63cm) wide. (1) €500 - 600

264 264 A LARGE BRASS BOUND MAHOGANY PEAT BUCKET, in the George III Irish style, the circular ribbed tapering body with two brass handles and a brass internal liner, 26” (66cm) high. (1) €2,000 - 2,500


266 A VERY ATTRACTIVE BONE SHAPED ORMOLU MOUNTED FRENCH COMMODE, with yellow variegated and moulded marble top, above two drawers, with ornate brass handles, supported in the form of wreaths, supported by caryatids and female masks to the cabriole legs and apron, 52” (132cm) wide. (1) €1,800 - 2,500 267 A GEORGE III STYLE DEMI-LUNE MAHOGANY AND SATINWOOD SIDE TABLE, the top decorated in the Neoclassical style with two cherubs in the clouds, issuing leafy sprays inside a rosewood band, above a conforming decorated frieze, raised on turned and fluted legs, united by a turned stretcher, 46” (116cm) wide. (1) €500 - 700


265 A PAIR OF SERPENTINE-SHAPED EBONISED MARQUETRY AND SATINWOOD BANDED PETITE COMMODES, each of serpentine form with three drawers, on ebony cabriole legs, united by inlaid kidney shaped shelf, 32” (81cm) high, 15.5” (39cm) wide. (1) €600 - 700

268 A CIRCULAR REGENCY PERIOD MAHOGANY FLIP-TOP BREAKFAST TABLE, with rosewood-banded top, raised on an ornate ring-turned stem with tripod base and conforming cross-banded splayed legs, terminating in leaf cast brass casters, 54” (137cm) wide. (1) €800 - 1,500 269 A MAHOGANY CHIPPENDALE STYLE DISPLAY CABINET, with dentil-moulded cornice, above a blind fret frieze and two Gothic glazed doors, on a base with two doors and a lower inverted breakfront shelf, raised on leaf carved cabriole legs with paw feet, 44” (112cm) wide. (1) €500 - 600







(set of 6) 270 A GEORGE III PERIOD MAHOGANY BOWFRONTED INLAID AND CROSS-BANDED SIDE BOARD, with three-quarter arched back above a central frieze drawer, flanked to either side with a cupboard, and raised on six square tapering spade legs, 74” (188cm) wide. (1) €600 - 900 271 A GOOD SET OF SIX LATE REGENCY PERIOD GRAINED ROSEWOOD AND BRASS-INLAID SIDE CHAIRS, each top rail with leaf moulded corners and inlaid with brass scrolling foliage, and a conforming cross rail with inlaid centre panel, above a padded seat, raised on turned and tapering reeded legs. (6) €700 - 1,100

272 A FOUR-SECTION MAHOGANY DINING TABLE, George IV period, raised on sixteen ring-turned tapering legs, 10ft (308cm) long, 43” (109cm) wide. (1) €600 - 900 273 A LATE VICTORIAN EBONISED OCCASIONAL CHAIR, the oval padded back above a serpentinefronted padded seat, raised on front turned and fluted legs, covered in floral tapestry fabric. (1) €40 - 60 274 A VICTORIAN WALNUT AND MARQUETRY INLAID DISPLAY CABINET, with glazed door, raised on a two-stage plinth base, 31” (79cm) wide. (1) €100 - 150 275 A JAPANESE CIRCULAR IMARI PORCELAIN BOWL, of lobed form, with fan and floral decoration, 10” (26cm) diameter; together with a smaller similar ditto, 19.5” (24cm); and a pair of small Imari dishes 8.5” (22cm). (4) €60 - 90

276 A FINE LATE 18TH OR EARLY 19TH CENTURY CARVED GILT AND GESSO WALL MIRROR, of vase form, with leaf crest, above a waisted and reeded support, flanked to either side with two eagle heads, issuing bell flowers, above a shaped and waisted mirror plate, in a leaf scroll frame, terminating in ball ‘n’ claw feet, the apron with a fluted band, with alternating rosettes and spiral reeded tapering terminal, 51” (130cm) high x 20” (51cm) wide. (1) €600 - 900 277 A SET OF FOUR HAND COLOURED BOTANICAL PRINTS, each 6.5” (16cm) x 5” (12cm), all with title below, uniformly framed. (4) €100 - 150 278 A GOOD SET OF EIGHT (6+2) LATE REGENCY PERIOD MAHOGANY DINING ROOM CHAIRS, each with a curved scroll top rail and an X-shaped cross rail with central rectangular panel, above a pink silk covered drop-in seat, and raised on front sabre legs. (8) €600 - 900





288 285 A BRONZE FIGURE OF A SNARLING TIGER, 13” (30cm). (1) €100 - 150

280 279 A FINE FRENCH GILT BRONZE AND CLOISONNE INLAID JEWELLRY CASKET, with domed cover, applied with rosettes and classical winged masks, the body of ogee form, with corner caryatid figures and chased with scrolling foliage, and inset with blue cloisonne panels, raised on four scroll legs, 5.5 “(14cm)h x 7” (17.5cm)w. (1) €900 - 1000 280 A FINE SEVRES STYLE PORCELAIN TABLETOP WRITING SLOPE, the slope decorated with two courting couples in a landscape, the top with a pierced and cast three-quarter gallery around an oblong porcelain panel, decorated with flowers, similar decoration to side back and front panels, on conforming fixed stand with front corner caryatids, 13” (33cm) diameter, 14” (36 cm) wide. (1) €3,000 - 3,500 281 A PAIR OF BOHEMIAN RUBY FLASHED GLASS AND BRASS LUSTRE CANDLE STICKS, each with a flashed stem, supporting a leaf cast top, with urn socket and supporting glass lustre drops, and a tri-form lizard and leaf cast base, 13” (33cm). (2) €550 - 600 282 A SARCOPHAGUS-SHAPED WILLIAM IV PERIOD ROSEWOOD TEA CADDY, the top opening to reveal a cut-glass mixing bowl and two canisters, flanked to either side with ring handles and raised on bun feet, 14” (36cm) wide. (1) €350 - 400


286 A VICTORIAN BRASS-MOUNTED WALNUT TEA CADDY, of rectangular form, with two lidded internal compartments, 9.5” (24cm) wide. (1) €240 - 260 287 A LATE 19TH CENTURY, EARLY 20TH CENTURY FRENCH CHINESE STYLE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN LAMP, the top signed Agneau, with bottle shaped centre, and raised on a square pierced chinese gilt bronze base, with temple lion masks and scroll feet, 17” (43cm). (1) €200 - 220 288 A SMALL FRENCH GILT BRASS MOUNTED AND WHITE MARBLE DESK CLOCK, the case surmounted with a perched bird above a circular convex enamel dial, with Arabic numerals, painted with floral garlands, on a fluted white marble column, flanked to either side with shaped leaf cast scrolls, on a wreath collar, raised on a rectangular white marble base with brass mounts, 7.5” (19cm) high, 4,25” (11cm) wide. (1) €380 - 450

281 283 AN ATTRACTIVE BRONZE GROUP, modelled with young Bacchus, on the shoulder of another classical male, on rectangular marble base, 15” (38cm). (1) €550 - 650 284 FOUR OLD PEWTER PINT TANKARDS, all inscribed Kennedy O’Brien, 5” (13cm) high. (4) €80 - 150

289 AN UNUSUAL 19TH CENTURY FRENCH WHITE MARBLE AND GILT BRASS MOUNTED MANTEL CLOCK GARNITURE, the portico clock with convex painted enamel dial, by Ch. Suplission Troyes, the movement by Japy Freres with outside count wheel striking on a steel bell, the top surmounted with pineapple finial and other trophies, and supported by square fluted columns, on brass mounted base, 14.5” (37cm) high, 7.5” (19cm) wide; together with a pair of matching ewers, each in marble and gilt brass applied with ribbon bows and fruit swags, on square stem base, 11” (29cm) high. (3) €1,500 - 1,700 23

290 A ROCOCO STYLE POLYCHROME FRENCH PORCELAIN WALL BRACKET, the top of serpentine form above scrolling foliage, 13” (33cm) high, 11” (28cm) wide. (1) €120 - 150

297 A PAIR OF JAPANESE IMARI BULBOUS VASES, with various panels decorated in typical palette, with flowers and phoenix, 10” (26cm) high. (1) €80 - 150

291 THREE ASSORTED HAND-STICKS, including a stag-horn sample, and two others. (3) €35 - 40

298 A SET OF FOUR 19TH CENTURY BRASS CANDLESTICKS, each 8” (20cm) high. (4) €50 - 70

292 A PAIR OF EARLY BLACK AND WHITE PHOTOGRAPHIC PORTRAIT PRINTS, each in ebonised frames and depicting a lady. (2) €80 - 120

299 A THREE-PIECE JAPANESE SATSUMA GARNITURE OF VASES AND COVERS, each pierced domed cover with temple lion, the bodies decorated with figures, flowers and raised on four legs, 14.5” (38cm) high the tallest. (3) €70 - 120

293 AN OLD ENGLISH PARIAN WARE GROUP, modelled as Cupid and Psyche, on an oval base, 14” (36cm) high. (1) €240 - 270 294 A GOOD OLD COPPER COAL SCUTTLE, with matching shoval, by J. Gale of Chirpenham, on circular stem base, 21” (54cm) high. (2) €180 - 220 295 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS OLD CARNIVAL GLASS BOWLS, various designs and shapes. (6) €60 - 70 296 A VICTORIAN PERIOD BRASS INLAID ROSEWOOD VANITY JEWELLERY CASE, manufactured at Bailey’s 17 Cockespur Street, London, fitted with various silver jars and bottles, and two lift-out trays, the cartouche with initials R.S., 14.5” (37cm) wide. (1)

300 A HEAVY BRONZE DECANTER, with three classical masks and three swan neck handles, on a circular wreath moulded base, 22.5” (57cm) high. (1) €380 - 450 301 A PAIR OF METAL BLACK PAINTED PLANTERS, each with gilt ring handle, and each of square tapering form, 23.5” (60cm) high, 23.5” (60cm) wide. (1) €480 - 550 302 A PAIR OF GOTHIC STYLE WROUGHT IRON GARDEN ARMCHAIRS, each with arched slatted back above a slatted seat, on conforming legs. (2) €600 - 700 303 A PAIR OF LARGE HEAVY CAST IRON GARDEN MODELS OF STAGS, each naturalistically cast with antlers, on a heavy oval cast iron base, 57” (144cm) high. (2) €1,600 - 1,800

302 304 A HEAVY CAST IRON HORSE HEAD PILLAR FINIAL OR GARDEN ORNAMENT, on upward tapering square plinth, 24” (61cm) high. (1) €250 - 300 305 A PAIR OF HEAVY CAST IRON GARDEN URNS, each with tongue and dart moulded edge, on half-reeded body, with upward tapering twostage plinth, 31” (79cm) high. (2) €700 - 800 306 – see page 25 307 A SET OF THREE HEAVY CAST IRON GARDEN CHAIRS, each curved back with scrolling foliage, above a circular pierced seat and raised on four cabriole legs; together with a circular cast iron patio table with pierced top, and raised on figural cabriole legs with paw feet, 27” (69cm) diameter. (4) €700 - 800 308 A VERY HEAVY PAIR OF GREEN PAINTED GOTHIC STYLE CAST IRON GARDEN BENCHES, each back with typical Gothic tracery and openwork, on a pierced seat and conforming front apron, raised on leaf scroll sides, with rustic legs, 6ft3 (190cm) wide. (2) €1200 - 1800 309 – see page 25

308 303 24


306 AN EXTREMELY HEAVY PAIR OF COALBROOKDALE STYLE CAST IRON AND PIERCED GARDEN BENCHES, each with rustic lilly-cast back, above a conforming lilly-cast seat, raised on pierced and leaf scroll ends, the armrests terminating in animal masks, raised on front paw feet, 67” (170cm) wide. (2) €1,000 - 1,500

309 A VERY HEAVY PAIR OF GOTHIC STYLE CAST IRON GARDEN BENCHES, each back with typical Gothic tracery and openwork, on pierced seat and conforming front apron, raised on leaf scroll sides, with rustic legs, 6ft3 (190cm) wide. (2) €1,500 - 2,200


310 AFTER ALFRED JACQUEMART, (1824-1896), a pair of cast iron hounds, each naturalistically cast, both in seated position, entitled, ‘Deux Chiens Assis’, each 37” (94cm) high. (2) €1,500 - 2,000

312 311 AN ATTRACTIVE CAST-METAL GARDEN BENCH, in the Gothic style, the back in typical gothic tracery, on honeycomb seat, and conforming apron, raised on square legs, 54” (139cm) approx. wide. (1) €650 - 750 312 AN ATTRACTIVE PAIR OF TERRACOTTA STYLE CAMPANA-SHAPED MOULDED GARDEN URNS, each with two double-mask handles and half-reeded body, with scrolling foliage in relief on square stem base, raised on separate plinths, each with leaf moulded wreath with ribbon 51” (130cm) high. (2) €1,400 - 1,500

311 26

313 A VERY LARGE RELIEF-MOULDED TERRACOTTA STYLE NEOCLASSICAL STYLE PLANTER, with tongue and dart moulded edge, the body with classical masks and floral garlands in relief and raised on medici lion feet, 31” (79cm) high, 42” (107cm) deep. (1) €1,000 - 1,500 314 A GOOD HEAVY PAIR OF CAST IRON GARDEN BENCHES, each with fern leaf openwork back and slatted seat, on conforming legs, 62” (157cm) wide. (2) €700 - 1,100





315 315 A PAIR OF VERY HEAVY CAST IRON GARDEN BENCHES, each with Pearce of Wexford stamp, the centre with pierced and arched back flanked to either side with smaller rectangular conforming panels, the pierced cast iron slatted seat with ornate side panels, raised on front and back sabre legs, 48” (122cm) wide. (2) €600 - 900

317 A LARGE PAIR OF RELIEF MOULDED TERRACOTTA GARDEN PLANTERS, each with hanging wreath and rosette, on three stage circular stem base, 30” (76cm). (2) €300 - 500 318 A FINE BALUSTER SHAPED COMPOSITION SANDSTONE SUNDIAL, the half reeded vase shaped centre, supporting a circular moulded top, on squarestem base, 50” (127cm) high; together with a circular engraved bronze dial, crafted by Meristic for Latitude, 51 degrees 30N, the outer band inscribed “Thou By The Dial’s Shady Stealth, Mayst Know Time’s The Thievish Progress to Eternity” and with Roman numerals to the dial, crested with the Prince of Wales plume, and with a solid gnomon, on a moulded circular slate base, 13” (33cm) overall. (1) €1,500 - 2,000

316 A PAIR OF HEAVY WHITE PAINTED CAST IRON GARDEN BENCHES, each shaped and floral cast back with a panel of horse-shoe designs, above an open scroll work seat, and conforming C-scroll arm panels, raised on front cabriole legs, 64” (163cm) wide. (2) €800 - 1,500


318 27

319 A SET OF THREE CAST IRON GARDEN BENCH FRAMES, two ends and a centre support in rustic style. (1) €100 - 200 320 A PAIR OF CAST METAL GARDEN BENCHES, each with double rail back and triple rail seat, flanked with ivory pattern cast metal sides, 67” (170cm) wide. (1) €200 - 300 321 A PAIR OF VERY HEAVY CAST IRON GARDEN BENCHES, each with metal slatted seat and back, the ends formed with scrolling foliage and openwork panels, raised on four legs, 62” (157cm) wide. (1) €1,200 - 1,800 323 A TALL HEAVY CAST IRON SPIRAL STAIRCASE, with seventeen pierced steps, and a turned centre column, approximately 12ft (366cm)h x 46” (117c)d, as is. (1) €300 - 500

324 A LARGE ORNATE CHIPPENDALE STYLE GILT FOUR POSTER CANOPY BED, with panelled swan neck headboard and leaf-moulded baluster and spiral reeded posts, each with torch type finials, 6ft (183cm) approx. (1) €400 - 600 325 A LARGE HEAVY GILT BRASS LANTERN, of tapering hexagonal form, with leaf-cast scroll corona above a rim with shell and leaf sprays, the six glazed panels applied with floral swags and floral terminals, 55” (130cm) high. (1) €700 - 1,100 326 A VERY ATTRACTIVE TWELVE-SIDED GILT BRASS POT BELLY HALL LANTERN, with forty-eight bevelled and glazed panels, and a leaf cast scroll corona, 48” (114cm) high x 19” (48cm) wide. (1) €700 - 1,100 327 A TURNED WALNUT CHILD’S ROCKING ARMCHAIR, with padded back and seat. (1) €220 - 240


328 A VERY ATTRACTIVE DROP-LEAF SATINWOOD INLAID MARQUETRY AND KINGWOOD BANDED PEMBROKE TABLE, with demi-lune flaps, flanking one mock and one frieze drawer, the top inlaid with a double oval and anthemions, inside a kingwood band, raised on square tapering inlaid legs with brass casters, 29” (74cm). (1)

321 28


331 329 A LATE 19TH CENTURY FRENCH KINGWOOD AND FLORAL MARQUETRY JARDINIERE, of rectangular form, with metal liner and brass mounts, raised on four cabriole legs, 29” (73cm) high. (1) €300 - 500 330 A FRENCH GILT STOOL, with padded seat and tongue and dart moulded apron, raised on turned and fluted legs, united by an X-framed stretcher, 18” (46cm) wide. (1) €150 - 250 331 A HIGHLY CARVED CHINESE SIDE TABLE, the top with a centre vacant panel and outer band profusely carved with scrolling vines and flowers, and similar carved edge, above a kneehole centre with pierced and carved apron, flanked to either side with two frieze drawers, raised on conforming carved side panels with ornate scrolling foliage, 31.5” (80cm) high, 36” (91cm) wide. (1) €2,000 - 3,000 332 A REGENCY PERIOD FOLD-OVER MAHOGANY CARD TABLE, with rosewood-banded top with and rounded corners above a plain frieze on turned baluster stem and quadruple reeded pod, terminating in brass lion paw casters, 36” (91cm) wide. (1) €250 - 350 333 A GEORGE III PERIOD SERPENTINEFRONTED MAHOGANY FOLD-OVER CARD TABLE, with plain frieze and concealed side frieze drawer, raised on square molded and chamfered legs, 36” (92cm) wide. (1) €200 - 300


334 A PAIR OF GERMAN PORCELAIN BISQUE FIGURES, one modelled as a gentleman playing the violin, the other a lady dancing, both approximately 11” (28cm); together with two cranberry glass bells, each with clear glass handle and frosted striker, 12” (30cm). (4) €70 - 90

338 A PAIR OF UNUSUAL GILT AND PARTIALLY EBONISED SIDE CHAIRS, each open oval back above a padded seat, and raised on front turned legs with ivy bands; together with another gilt ballroom chair with pierced cross splat and turned supports and legs. (3) €150 - 250

335 A THREE PIECE GREEN ONYX MANTEL CLOCK GARNITURE, the clock case of architectural design with V shaped top, the clock with circular two-stage dial with Arabic numerals, flanked with two brass columns, in rectangular plinth, 11” (28cm) high, 10 “(26cm) wide; together with a pair of matching urns, 10” (26cm) high. (3) €150 - 250 336 AN ATTRACTIVE THREE-BRANCH CUTGLASS CANDELABRA, with century stem, issuing festoons of glass buttons and surmounted with an urn finials, the shaped arms with urn shaped sockets on glass drip trays,with lustre drops, on stem base, 19” (48cm)h. (1) €140 - 180 337 AN UNUSUAL SMALL PERSIAN GOHM RUNNER, the turquoise ground with all over floral pattern and two medallions, inside conforming borders, 5ft2 (157cm) x 2ft (61cm). (1) €200 - 300


339 AN INLAID AND CROSSBANDED MAHOGANY SOFA TABLE, with two mock and two frieze drawers, flanked by D-shaped flaps, on double lyre supports and splayed legs, united by a turned stretcher and terminating in brass lion paw feet, 66” (167cm) extended. (1) €1,400 - 1,500 340 A PAIR OF FRENCH BEACH FAUTEUILS OR ARMCHAIRS, each cartouche shaped padded back with a floral crest above a serpentine fronted seat, on front moulded cabriole legs. (2) €150 - 200



341 A FRENCH CAST IRON SHELL FORM COAL SCUTTLE, with hinged top raised on three legs, 19” (49cm) wide. (1) €80 - 120 342 A RECTANGULAR WALNUT COFFEE OR OCCASIONAL TABLE, in the Queen Anne style, the moulded top with re-entrant corners and a pie crust edge, raised on ebonised and reeded cabriole legs, 50” (127cm) wide. (1) €200 - 300 344 AN ATTRACTIVE PAIR OF LOUIS XV STYLE MOULDED GILT OCCASIONAL ARMCHAIRS, each with a triple-padded panel back and padded seat, raised on front cabriole legs, covered in attractive ivory fabric. (2) €250 - 350 345 AN OBLONG GILT WINDOW STOOL, of serpentine form, with cane seat and shaped floral moulded apron, raised on moulded cabriole legs, 43” (109cm) wide. (1) €180 - 250

344 346 A 19TH CENTURY CIRCULAR MAHOGANY CENTRE TABLE, with dish top and turned stem on tripod base, 27” (68cm) wide. (1) €150 - 250


347 A BRASS CHEVAL FIRE SCREEN, early 20th century, with bevelled mirror panel, applied with brass leaf floral swags and two urn finials; together with a set of three brass fire irons, and a pair of firedogs. (6) €80 - 150 348 A VERY ATTRACTIVE RECTANGULAR FRENCH BRASS MOUNTED BUREAU-PLAT, the rectangular top with a tooled leather inset, with long frieze drawer, applied with a band of brass floral garlands continued around the frieze, and raised on brass mounted square tapering panelled legs, 45” (115cm) wide. (1) €800 - 1,500 350 A FINE FRENCH MARQUETRY INLAID SERPENTINE SHAPED CENTRE TABLE, with ornate brass mounts and brass edge above a frieze drawer, on four cabriole legs, 30” (76cm) wide. (1) €400 - 600

348 351 A GEORGE III STYLE INLAID MAHOGANY DEMI-LUNE FOLD-OVER CARD TABLE, the top inlaid with leafy scrolls and bell flowers, above a conforming frieze, raised on square tapering inlaid spade legs, 30.5” (77cm) wide. (1) €250 - 350 352 A MAHOGANY TWIN PEDESTAL DINING TABLE, 19th century and later, with rectangular ends, each on a turned stem with quadruple pod and lion paw feet, together with spare leaf, 6ft7” (200cm) long, 46” (117cm) wide. (1) €800 - 900






353 A SET OF SIX (4+2) CHIPPENDALE STYLE DINING CHAIRS, some stamped Hicks, each with a pierced ladder back and a burgundy hide seat, raised on front gadroon-moulded square legs. (6) €850 - 950




354 A FINE PAIR OF LOUIS XV STYLE GILT ARMCHAIRS, each cartouche-shaped back crested with flowers, above a padded panel and padded seat, flanked to either side with shaped and moulded armrests, raised on front cabriole legs. (2) €300 - 500 355 A PAIR OF SMALL OVAL LEAF-MOULDED AND REEDED GILT WALL MIRRORS, 23” (58cm) high, 19” (48cm) wide. (1) €150 - 200 356 AN UNUSUAL SET OF SIX WILLIAM IV PERIOD ROSEWOOD DINING CHAIRS, stamped Gillows, each with a curved top rail and conforming cross rail, and a cane seat with loose cushion, raised on front turned and tapering reeded legs. (6) €1,000 - 1,200

357 A CHIPPENDALE STYLE MAHOGANY SUPPER TABLE, with seven section dished top, the edge carved with ribbons and flower heads, the fluted and spiral reeded stem, on a leaf carved tripod with pad feet, 30” (76cm) wide. (1) €650 - 750

359 AN ATTRACTIVE FRENCH GRAINED ROSEWOOD AND BRASS MOUNTED JARDINIERE STAND, the circular top with a pierced brass gallery, and a centre Chinese porcelain panel, inside a band of leaf sprays and anthemions, raised on three shaped supports united by two stretchers on tripod base, 31” (79cm) high, 15.5” (40cm) diameter. (1) €200 - 300 360 A GOOD NEST OF THREE RECTANGULAR GRADUATING OCCASIONAL TABLES, each on four turned supports and down turned legs, 20.5” (53cm) the largest. (3) €400 - 500 361 A GOOD REGENCY STYLE BRASS INLAID ROSEWOOD GAMES TABLE, probably late 19th century, with slide out reversible top for chess and cards, and a slotted interior for backgammon, lined in tooled leather, flanked to either side with drop flaps and two small long drawers and mock frieze drawers, raised on U-shaped support with turned stem and quadruple pod, with lion paw feet, 28” (71cm) high, 29” (74cm) wide. (1) €600 - 800

358 358 AN EDWARDIAN INLAID AND GRAINED ROSEWOOD ENVELOPE CARD TABLE, the top inlaid with urns issuing scrolling foliage, the four envelopes opening to reveal a baize lined surface and money cups, above a frieze drawer, raised on square tapering legs, united by a square stretcher shelf, 22” (56cm) wide. (1) €400 - 500

361 31

365 AN UNUSUAL PAKISTANI BOKHARA CARPET, with rows of medallions, on a fawn, light green, and red ground, inside a multi-band border, 12ft2 (370cm) x 9ft1 (276cm). (1) €400 - 600 366 A PERSIAN KASMAR CARPET, with rows of floral vases, on an ivory ground, inside a conforming border, with smaller bands, 12ft6 (380cm) x 9ft3 (282cm). (1) €500 - 800

372 PETER CURLING (B.1955), ‘The Gallop on Salmon Leap’, watercolour, signed and dated ‘83, and inscribed Salmon Leap, 13.5 (34cm) x 20” (51cm). (1) €2,000 - 3,000 Illustration on page 33 373 L. BERNARD, ‘Figure of the Character Ruy-Blas’, bronze, signed and dated 1849, indistinctly inscribed verso, 19.5” (49.5cm) high. (1) €600 - 900

362 362 A GOOD VICTORIAN SERPENTINE SHAPED FOLD-OVER ROSEWOOD TEA TABLE, on octagonal flared stem and circular base, with four ornate scroll feet. 36” (93cm) wide. (1) €600 - 700


367 A FINE KERMAN CARPET, the ivory field with all-over floral trellis pattern, inside a floral turquoise border and smaller dark blue bands, 12ft (366cm) x 9ft (274cm). (1) €500 - 800


363 AN IRISH WILLIAM IV PERIOD MAHOGANY CANTERBURY, by R. Strahan & Company Ltd. 135 St. Stevens Green Dublin, the three-section top with X-framed slats and a leafy wreath to either side, above a frieze drawer, raised on short turned legs with brass casters, labelled inside drawer, 21” (53cm) wide. (1) €850 - 1,000 364 A PERSIAN BIRJAND CARPET, with centre floral medallion, on an iron red ground, with all-over floral pattern and conforming spandrels, inside a dark floral border with smaller bands, 12ft (365cm) x 8ft6 (259cm). (1) €500 - 700


368 A HEAVY CAST BRASS AND SERPENTINESHAPED INK STAND, late 19th century, with two glass ink bottles, each with cast brass cover and another lidded compartment, on a scroll cast frame, and two pen and pencil slots, on bun feet, 12” (30cm) high x 8.25” (21cm) wide. (1) €80 - 120

374 374 A LATE 19TH CENTURY THREE-PIECE FRENCH WHITE MARBLE AND GILT METAL MANTEL CLOCK GARNITURE, comprising a clock with floral crest, above a decorated enamel and convex dial, with Arabic numerals and applied with two rams masks and musical trophies, on an inverted breakfront base with paw feet 12” (30cm); together with a pair of matched candelabra. (3) €400 - 600 375 A GEORGE III PERIOD MAHOGANY AND CROSSBANDED CHEST, with four long drawers, under a moulded top, raised on bracket feet, the top drawer enclosing a slide, probably adapted, 36” (91cm) wide. (1) €500 - 600

369 W.E. GOODE, ‘Dark Bay Horse in a Loose Box’, oil on canvas, signed lower left, 17.5” (44cm) x 23.25” (59cm). (1) €300 - 600 370 AN OLD CIRCULAR CAST IRON PUB TABLE, applied with lion masks and figures, on three cabriole legs, united by a pierced shelf, surmounted with a circular moulded mahogany top, 24” (61cm). (1) €480 - 550 371 AN EDWARDIAN OAK LADIES NURSING CHAIR, with padded back and seat, on front turned legs. (1) €60 - 90



372 376 A GEORGE III STYLE MAHOGANY SECRETAIRE BOOKCASE, O.R.M., with shaped pediment with two Gothic glazed doors, the frieze drawer with a drop front enclosing a concave interior, with pigeon hole compartments, drawers and secret compartments and a tooled leather writing surface, and two cupboard doors below, raised on splayed bracket feet, 30.5” (77cm) wide. (1) €550 - 650



377 ANDRE ARVOS (c.1903-1969), AN EXTREMELY ATTRACTIVE SET OF EIGHT (6+2) BIRCH ART DECO DINING CHAIRS, Paris c.1927, each with a shaped back flanked with curved arms above a padded seat and raised on slightly shaped square tapering legs, each covered in ivory fabric. (8) €3,000 - 5,000 Illustration also on page 34 378 DOMINIQUE ANDRÉ DOMIN (1883-1962) & MARCEL GENEVRIERE (1885-1967), A RARE ART DECO MACASSAR EBONY DINING TABLE, (c.1925-1930) of oblong form, with two extension leaves, on two A shaped supports, united by an ornate turned gilt bronze stretcher, with brass feet, 9ft1 (277cm) long, 38” (96cm) wide. (1) €8,000 - 15,000 Illustration also on page 34

376 33

377 & 378


386 A SELECTION OF VINTAGE PORT, comprising a bottle of 1985 Dow’s late bottled vintage port, bottled 1987; a bottle of 1979 Warre’s late bottled vintage port; Fonseca 1986 late bottled vintage, bottled 1991, 1977 Warre’s late bottled vintage port, bottled 1979; a bottle of 1986 Cockburn’s; a bottle of Tia Maria Liqueur; a bottle of 1970’s Green Metaxa five-star brandy; and an early bottle of Prince Charles Edward’s liqueur drambuie. (8) €80 - 120

379 AN ATTRACTIVE SERPENTINESHAPED FRENCH BOMBE COMMODE, with marble top above two drawers, raised on shaped legs, with brass mounts, and inlaid panels to the sides, 33” (84cm) high, 39” (100cm) wide. (1) €1,000 - 1,200 380 A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY AND PARCEL GILT SIDE CABINET, the top of inverted breakfront outline above a plain frieze, with two brass trellis doors below with pleated fabric and flanked with parcel gilt pilasters, raised on a plinth base, 57.5” (146cm) wide. (1) €400 - 600

379 384 A FRENCH EMPIRE STYLE MAHOGANY TALL CHEST, of inverted breakfront outline, with green marble top above eight graduating drawers, flanked with tapering pilasters, headed with female masks, on plinth base, 53” (134cm) high, 23” (58cm) wide. (1) €800 - 850


381 AN INLAID MAHOGANY DISPLAY CABINET, with arched and moulded cornice above two glazed doors, each with shaped glazed panels and two solid panels below, raised on square tapering spade legs, 17.5” (29cm) high, 38” (97cm) wide. (1) €150 - 250 382 AN ATTRACTIVE PAIR OF BURR ELM AND KINGWOOD BANDED PETIT COMMODES, with brass mounts, each of serpentine form with two drawers, raised on four cabriole legs, 30” (76cm) high, 16” (41cm) wide. (2) €900 - 1,000 383 AN EMPIRE STYLE MAHOGANY AND EBONISED DISPLAY CABINET, the arched tongue and dart moulded cornice above a tall bevelled glazed door, within fluted ebonised columns with brass capitals and glazed side panels, on an inverted breakfront plinth base, 82” (208cm) high, 39” (99cm) wide. (1) €500 - 600

385 385 A FINE BOW-FRONTED BIRDS EYE MAPLE PEDESTAL SIDEBOARD, the reeded top above a central frieze drawer flanked to either side with a panelled box drawer and three smaller drawers below, raised on splayed bracket feet, 46” (117cm) wide. (1) €600 - 650


387 A PAIR OF BRASS CANDELABRA, each with leaf-cast sockets and drip trays, on two leaf-scroll branches, supporting glass lustre drops, on a rectangular moulded white marble base with horse, 11” (28cm) high. (2) €100 - 200 388 A PAIR OF CARVED GILTWOOD TWOBRANCH WALL LIGHTS, O.R.M., each with scrolling arms on a leaf moulded mount, 9” (23cm) high. (2) €80 - 120 389 A FINE QUALITY MINIATURE ROSEWOOD AND FLORAL MARQUETRY LONGCASE CLOCK, with divided pediment above a circular silverised dial with Roman numerals, the trunk flanked to each side with a pair of turned columns, on a moulded box base, 17” (43cm); together with another smaller walnut ditto. (2) €100 - 200 390 AFTER DONATELLO, ‘David’, a bronze figure, 16.5 (42cm) high. (1) €150 - 250 391 A HEAVY SILVER-PLATE OVAL TWOHANDLED TRAY, the top chased with scrolling foliage, within an ornate pierced serpentine-shaped border, with a series of classical female masks in relief, with two shell and scroll handles on four leaf-cast legs, 26” (66cm). (1) €100 - 200 392 A LARGE HEAVY SILVER-PLATED TRAY, with two scroll handles, the pierced serpentineshaped border with leaf scrolls and a bead edge, the tray top chased profusely with scrolling foliage within a bright-cut border, 30” (77cm), distributed by Rhodes of Bradford. (1) €350 - 450


393 A PAIR OF ADAMS STYLE SILVER CANDLESTICKS, Sheffield c.1921, each of oval form with fluted vase-shaped socle, on tapering fluted stem and oval foot, 29.5” (30cm) high. (2) €150 - 250 394 AN UNUSUAL ART NOUVEAU SILVER TABLE CENTRE OR EPERGNE, with three flower-head arm vases, and a conforming centre vase, on a circular dome bowl, Birmingham 1911, 12” (30cm) high, 587g overall. (1) €100 - 200 395 A PAIR OF ENGLISH SILVER-PLATE CANDELABRA, by Bovier & Elis, each with two reeded scrolling arms, and a centre light with flame finial, on circular base, 14.5” (37cm). (2) €80 - 120 396 A GOOD SET OF FOUR SILVER-PLATE TABLE CANDLESTICKS, each with leaf-cast bands and baluster stem, raised on turned and moulded base, 8.5” (21.5cm); together with an oval silver-plate dish cover with rustic handle. (4) €40 - 60 397 A GOOD PAIR OF HEAVY CAST AND SILVERPLATE CANDLESTICKS, each in the rococo style, with leaf and shell-cast stem, on an asymmetrical base, 10.5” (27cm). (2) €80 - 120 398 A GEORGE IV SILVER SUGAR AND CREAM, R. Pippin London 1825, the two-handled bowl with a gadroon edge and half-spiral reeded body and leaf-cast handles, raised on leaf-cast paw feet; together with a matching jug, 477g. (2) €100 - 250 399 A PAIR OF HEAVY IRISH SILVER HELMETSHAPED SAUCE BOATS, Dublin 1973, with the European commemoration mark, each with a gadroon edge and leaf-cast double-scroll handle, raised on shell capped legs with pad feet, 7” (18cm), 439g. (2) €300 - 500 400 A RECTANGULAR SILVER CIGARETTE CASE, Chester 1897, 7” (18cm); together with a three-piece christening set comprising a small Irish Victorian silver fork and spoon, and a small bone-handled knife. (4) €80 - 120


401 A SET OF NINE IRISH GEORGIAN BRIGHTCUT TEA SPOONS, together with another similar spoon. (10) €80 - 120 402 A PAIR OF PIERCED AND SILVER-PLATE CHAMBER CANDLESTICKS, of cylindrical form; together with another Adam’s style candlestick with oval base; and a set of twelve silver-plate fish knives and forks. (4) €10 - 20 403 A FIVE-PIECE HEAVY SILVER-PLATED TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE, probably French, comprising Cafe au Lait pot; a baluster shaped spiral reeded teapot; and a matching sugar bowl and cream jug, on a rectangular two-handled tray, the tray 17.5” (44cm). (5) €80 - 120 404 A HEAVY SILVER-PLATE TEA KETTLE ON WARMING STAND, with lamp, the ogee-shaped rectangular kettle with an ebony handle on a pierced stand, with spirit lamp on four cabriole legs and pad feet; together with three plated mugs; a silver plated jug; and a silver-plate and glass pocket flask. (6) €30 - 50 405 A CASED SET OF SIX SILVER COFFEE SPOONS; six gilt pastry forks; a Victorian silver fork and spoon set; a cased set of plated fish forks and knives, and a set of twelve silver teaspoons and tongs, the majority cased.(a lot) €100 - 150

402 A PAIR OF PIERCED AND SILVER-PLATE CHAMBER CANDLESTICKS, of cylindrical form; together with another Adam’s style candlestick with oval base; and a set of twelve silver-plate fish knives and forks. (4) €10 - 20 403 A FIVE-PIECE HEAVY SILVER-PLATED TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE, probably French, comprising Cafe au Lait pot; a baluster shaped spiral reeded teapot; and a matching sugar bowl and cream jug, on a rectangular two-handled tray, the tray 17.5” (44cm). (5) €80 - 120 404 A HEAVY SILVER-PLATE TEA KETTLE ON WARMING STAND, with lamp, the ogee-shaped rectangular kettle with an ebony handle on a pierced stand, with spirit lamp on four cabriole legs and pad feet; together with three plated mugs; a silver plated jug; and a silver-plate and glass pocket flask. (6) €30 - 50 405 A CASED SET OF SIX SILVER COFFEE SPOONS; six gilt pastry forks; a Victorian silver fork and spoon set; a cased set of plated fish forks and knives, and a set of twelve silver teaspoons and tongs, the majority cased.(a lot) €100 - 150 406 A PAIR OF HEAVY SILVER-PLATE CANDLESTICKS, 19th century, each with leaf cast, upward tapering baluster-shaped stem, 11” (28cm) high. (2) €100 - 150

406 A PAIR OF HEAVY SILVER-PLATE CANDLESTICKS, 19th century, each with leaf cast, upward tapering baluster-shaped stem, 11” (28cm) high. (2) €100 - 150



408 A PAIR OF SILVER-PLATED THREE-BRANCH FOUR-LIGHT CANDELABRA, each on triform base, 18.5” (47cm). (2) €120 - 150

400 A RECTANGULAR SILVER CIGARETTE CASE, Chester 1897, 7” (18cm); together with a three-piece christening set comprising a small Irish Victorian silver fork and spoon, and a small bone-handled knife. (4) €80 - 120

408A A GOOD PAIR OF HEAVY SILVER-PLATE FOUR-BRANCH FIVE-LIGHT CANDELABRA, each with reeded leaf cast scrolling arms and urn shaped sockets, on leaf-cast baluster stem and square moulded base, 21” (53cm) high. (2) €450 - 650

401 A SET OF NINE IRISH GEORGIAN BRIGHTCUT TEA SPOONS, together with another similar spoon. (10) €80 - 120

409 A PAIR OF VERY HEAVY SILVER-PLATE PRESENTATION BOWLS, by James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield, c.1886, late 19th century, each profusely chased and embossed on a half-reeded body and circular stem base, 10.25” (26cm) diameter. (2) €150 - 200

419 A FINE 19TH CENTURY KILLARNEY YEW AND SATINWOOD TABLE TOP JEWELLERY CUPBOARD, the top with scrolling shamrocks and a central rectangular panel, inlaid with a thatched cottage, the top opening to reveal a velvet lined interior, the two doors to the front each inlaid with an old ruin, inside a chequered border, opening to reveal three long drawers, each inlaid with ferns, and conforming inlaid side panels, on flaring rectangular plinth, 10” (26cm) high, 11.5” (29cm) wide. (1) €1,400 - 1,600

411 A CHROME-PLATED HORSE AND JOCKEY CAR MASCOT, 6” (15cm) high. (1) €200 - 250 412 A HEAVY SILVER-PLATE TABLE ORNAMENT, modelled as a racehorse, 4.5” (11.5cm) high. (1) €150 - 180 413 A SILVER CIGARETTE CASE; a lobed bowl; a pair of candlesticks; and a wine coaster. (a lot) €100 - 150 414 A CROCODILE SKIN AND NICKELMOUNTED VANITY CASE, by Moore & Co., Grafton Street, Dublin, the double cover opening to reveal a fitted interior with various pouches and compartments, and a miscellaneous assortment of grooming brushes, hand mirrors, combs, perfume bottles, silvermounted cut glass jars, shoe horn, etc. (a lot) €200 - 300 414A AN ART NOUVEAU SILVER TABLE CENTRE OR EPERGNE, Sheffield 1907, with centre cone, with pierced edge and three hanging baskets, each with three legs, on triform base with ball feet, 987g, 14” (38c) high. (1) €450 - 550

415 415 A FINE HEAVY ENGLISH SILVER THREEPIECE SILVER TEA SERVICE, London 1901, by W. Hutton & Sons Ltd. comprising teapot with gadroon edge and floral corners on a spiral reeded oval body, and ebonised handle; together with matching cream jug, and a two-handled matching sugar bowl, 1435g. (3) €500 - 600

415A 415A A GOOD SHEFFIELD SILVER-PLATE AND CRESTED CLARET JUG, with urn finial and hinged spout, the pearshaped body chased with shells and scrolls on a circular stemmed base, 10.25” (27cm) high. (1) €100 - 200 416 A FINE SERPENTINE FRONTED CARVED GILTWOOD CONSOLE TABLE, with white veined marble top above a frieze carved with scrolling foliage and a centre cartouche above two serpentine shaped shelves with recessed mirrors, raised on front and back leaf scroll legs, 37” (94cm) high, 68” (17cm) wide. (1) €1,200 - 1,500 Illustration on pag 38 417 A LARGE GILT CONSOLE MIRROR OR OVERMANTLE, the arched top crested with a basket of flowers within a cartouche, above a bevelled plate, in leaf scroll and bead moulded frame, 76” (193cm)h x 54” (137c)w. (1) €800 - 1500 Illustration on pag 38 417A A GOLD PLATED MICHEL HERBELIN LADIES THREE COLOURED GOLD PLATED WRISTWATCH, the circular dial with Roman numerals, in original case with instructions manual and spare links; together with an old 9K gold open-work brooch; a 9K gold chain and locket; and one other chain with carved ivory rose head pendant. (4) €250 - 300 418 A 19TH CENTURY VICTORIAN KILLARNEY YEW WOOD AND MARQUETRY BOX, the hinged cover inlaid with scrolling shamrocks and a centre panel with an abbey ruin, the hinged cover opening to reveal a vacant interior, the underside inlaid with a harp issuing shamrock sprays, 8” (20cm) wide. (1) €300 - 400

420 A SQUARE 19TH CENTURY KILLARNEY YEW WOOD AND MARQUETRY BOX, the moulded top with sprays of shamrocks, rose and thistle, opening to reveal a vacant interior, 9.5” (24cm) square. (1) €350 - 450 421 A FINE 19TH CENTURY KILLARNEY YEW WOOD CASKET, of rectangular form, the top with a band of scrolling shamrocks and a centre rectangular panel inlaid with an abbey ruin and a conforming upward tapering body, with shamrock sprays and a chequered band, the hinged cover opening to reveal a vacant interior, inlaid with shamrock sprays, 13” (33cm). (1) €600 - 800 422 A FINE 19TH CENTURY KILLARNEY YEW WOOD AND MARQUETRY BOOK STAND, the top inlaid with a harp and shamrock sprays, the folding ends each inlaid with an abbey ruin and further shamrock, 15.5” (39cm) wide. (1) €200 - 250 424 A TEN-PIECE AUSTRIAN PORCELAIN DESSERT SERVICE, comprising seven plates, each with transfer scene on dark blue ground, with three matching comports. (10) €100 - 150 425 A ROYAL WORCESTER CABINET PLATE, with a view of Raglan Castle, by R. Rushton, 11” (28cm); a pair of Derby Imari pattern plates; a Royal worcester triform dish; a Vienna style twohandled bowl with decorated scene; an English cabinet plate with decorated scene; and a pair of Vienna style plates or plaques. (8) €70 - 120 426 AN ATTRACTIVE FIFTEEN-PIECE VIENNA STYLE PORCELAIN COFFEE SERVICE, comprising a two-handled tray, transfer printed with a courting couple, six matching coffee cans, five saucers, a sugar bowl, and a coffee pot. (15) €120 - 150


417, 416 38


427 A PAIR OF CHINESE PORCELAIN BOWLS, profusely decorated with flowers against a dark background, red seal mark to base, 8.25” (17cm), one as is. (2) €100 - 150 428 A THIRTY-SIX PIECE CROWN STAFFORDSHIRE TEA SERVICE, in green white and gilt. (36) €80 - 120 429 A LARGE HEAVY CUT GLASS FRUIT OR PUNCH BOWL, 13” (33cm) diameter; a set of four small cut-glass bowls,4.5” “ (11cm); an oval cut-glass dish; two cut-glass decanters with stoppers; another bowl; and glass butter dish and cover. (9) €80 - 120 430 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS GLASS, comprising ten etched champagne flutes; a set of five cut-glass wines; six grapefruit glasses; and other miscellaneous glass. (a lot) €60 - 90 432 A VICTORIAN DICKENS TYPE WALNUT PEDESTAL WRITING DESK, the superstructure with shelf and gallery, flanked to either side with four drawers, and the slope front opening to reveal pigeonhole compartments and a drawer, inset with tooled leather surface and two conforming leather inset panels to either side, above three frieze drawers, raised on two pedestals each with three drawers, on a plinth base with castors, 49” (124cm) wide. (1) €500 - 700 433 A FINE FRENCH SECRETAIRE-ABATTANT CHARLES X PERIOD (c.1830), with white marble top and pierced brass gallery, above a long drawer and panelled drop front with brass mouldings, opening to reveal a tooled leather writing surface, and an arrangement of twelve drawers, all alphabetically labelled, with three long drawers below, all flanked with fluted brass columns, and conforming pilasters to the rear, raised on vase-shaped and turned brass-mounted legs, 59” (150cm) high, 38” (96cm) wide. (1) €800 - 1,500


434 A PAIR OF ATTRACTIVE SATINWOOD MARQUETRY INLAID DEMI-LUNE COMMODES, each top with an inlaid central fan design and an outer border with garlands of bell flowers, above a conforming frieze with central drawer, above three doors each inlaid with a two-handled urn with hanging bellflowers, 38” (96cm) high, 48” (122cm) wide. (1) €2,800 - 3,500

432 434


440 A 19TH CENTURY GERMAN PORCELAIN PLAQUE, depicting a fairy queen with a three-headed cougar, signed E. Emmott ‘34, 12” (30.5cm) x 8” (20cm) .(1) €250 - 350 Illustration also on back cover 441 LAURA ELIZABETH RACHEL HOPE, (18581929), ‘Wanderers’, depicting a young boy with two lambs walking across a field, signed lower left and inscribed lower right, pastel on paper, 9.5” (24cm) x 13.25” (34cm). (1) €500 - 700 Illustration on page 41

435 440 435 A GOOD ATTRACTIVE PAIR OF LATE 18TH CENTURY STYLE GILT PIER MIRRORS, O.R.M., each with a shell crest on a leaf and C-scroll frame, above a steel and scroll apron, 51” (129cm)h x 34” (87cm)w. (1) €750 - 900

438 A PAIR OF ORNATE VICTORIAN STYLE CAST METAL CEILING ROSES, each of circular form, cast with scrolling foliage and vines, 39” (99cm) wide. (2) €650 - 750 439 A SET OF THREE OVAL MINIATURE PORTRAIT PAINTINGS, one depicting mother and child, the other two depicting elegant ladies, each in gilt metal mounted and brass-inlaid frame, 6” (15cm) x 5” (12cm) overall. (3) €80 - 150

436 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL, ‘Fisher Folk and Boats on a Beach with Cliff Top with Castle Beyond’, oil on board, 8” (20cm) x 11” (28cm). (1) €250 - 350


443 443 J. JAIVEALONDO, ‘Winter Scene’, depicting figures in front of a large mansion, watercolour, signed lower left and dated 8th May 1868, 9.5” (24cm) x 13.5” (34cm). (1) €150 - 200


437 AFTER SALOMON KONINCK (1609-1656), a finely painted portrait panel, depicting Hamlet reading from a large folio, with head resting on his hand and leaning on a rock, inscribed verso 10” (25cm) x 7.5” (19cm). (1) €200 - 300 Illustration also on inside front cover

442 JOHN STEEPLE (1823-1887), ‘Large Castle in a Landscape with Cattle Resting and Angler by a River’, watercolour, signed lower left and dated 1879, 10” (25cm) x 14” (36cm); together with a lithograph, after Picasso; a coloured print, ‘Silver Strand Wicklow’; another watercolour, signed M. Savage, ‘Rugged Coastal Scene’; and one other. (5) €100 - 200

444 EARLY 20TH CENTURY IRISH SCHOOL, ‘Lough Erne’, watercolour, signed,J.M.F., inscribed and dated 1925 lower right, 6” (20cm) x 10” (26cm); together with a modern still life, O.O.B., indistinctly signed lower centre; a landscape with thatched cottage, signed J.T. Richardson, O.O.B.; a modern abstract; and a colourful dark cottage scene by N. Morrison, watercolour, signed lower left. (5) €80 - 150



441 445 A PAIR OF KINGWOOD-BANDED CONTINENTAL THREE-TIER ETAGERES, each with three-quarter pierced brass gallery over a frieze drawer, the three tiers inlaid with musical and other trophies, inside a kingwoodbanded border and raised on four shaped legs, each 31.5” (80cm) high, 16” (41cm) wide. (3) €400 - 600

446 ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM BINGHAM MCGUINNESS RHA (1849-1928), Continental Street Scene, watercolour, 21.5” (54cm) x 14” (37cm). (1) €50 - 100

449 A PAIR OF ATTRACTIVE FRENCH GILT SIDE CHAIRS, each with a lyre shaped bead moulded splat, above a padded seat, raised on turned and fluted legs. (2) €100 - 200

447 A GOOD EARLY JOHN JAMESON THREE-STAR WHISKEY ADVERTISING POSTER, with a view of the distillery in Bow Street, Dublin, in original inscribed oak frame, 17.5” (45cm) x 23” (58cm). (1) €180 - 250


448 A WHISKEY ADVERTISING POSTER FOR NICHOLAS DEVEREUX AND COMPANY, Finest Irish Whiskey, Bishop’s Water Distillery, Wexford, in birdseye maple frame, 21” (53cm) x 15.5” (40cm). (1) €100 - 200



457 OWEN ROHU (B.1966), Still Life, with Teapot and Fruit on a Table, oil on canvas, 17.5” (45cm) x 24” (61cm). (1) €250 - 350 458 A THIRTEEN-PIECE PART FRENCH PORCELAIN DESSERT SERVICE, decorated with floral sprays; together with a set of twelve S. Hancock dessert plates. (23) €20 - 30 459 AN UNUSUAL PINE LECTERN, with panelled slope top, flanked to either side with adjustable brass candle holders and two slides, and a rear hinged compartment with vacant interior on a double baluster support, and rectangular moulded base, 48” (122cm) high, 24” (61cm) wide. (1) €180 - 250 460 A NEST OF FOUR MOTHER-OF-PEARL INLAID MAHOGANY QUARTETTO TABLES, each graduating rectangular top with a gallery, the top table inlaid with scrolling foliage, in cut mother-of-pearl, raised on turned supports, curved stretchers and down turned legs, 19” (48cm) wide, the largest. (4) €280 - 350

450 450 A VERY FINE AND UNUSUAL REGENCY PERIOD AND BRASS INLAID SECRETAIRE CHIFFONIER, the superstructure with shaped top shelf and three-quarter pierced gallery, above a recessed mirror flanked to either side with two scroll supports,and three drawers, the pull-out frieze drawer revealing various compartments for ink and pens and stationery, and a writing and reading surface on a ratchet above two brass trellis doors, flanked to either side with scroll pilasters, raised on front brass inlaid sabre legs, 45” (114cm) high, 36.25” (93cm) wide. (1) €2,800 - 3,500 451 A PERSIAN SENNEH RUG, with three central medallions, on an iron red ground with conforming floral spandrels, inside a red border with two turquoise bands 5ft2 (157cm) x 3ft11 (120cm). (1) €200 - 300 452 A PERSIAN NAIN RUG, with large ivory central medallion on dark blue field, with all-over floral pattern and ivory spandrels inside an ivory border with two fawn bands, 7ft2 (218cm) x 3ft10 (117cm). (1) €200 - 300 42

453 A PERSIAN HAMADAN RUNNER, with three diamond-shaped medallions, each with iron red ground, on an ivory field with allover floral pattern, inside a burgundy-banded border, 9ft8 (294cm) x 2ft8 (81cm). (1) €250 - 350 454 A PERSIAN TABRIZ CARPET, with centre floral medallion, on a navy field, with all-over floral pattern and conforming spandrels on an iron red border with smaller bands, 12ft1 (368cm) x 9ft2 (279cm). (1) €500 - 800 455 A 19TH CENTURY HAND-COLOURED MAP OF COUNTY CARLOW, 10” (25cm) x 8” (20cm); together with another map of Dublin and Kildare, both in attractive frames. (1) €80 - 120 456 A CARVED AND WHITE PAINTED WOODEN FIGURE OF A BUDDHA, seated on a lotus base, 24” (61cm) high. (1) €30 - 50

461 461 A REGENCY PERIOD BRASS INLAID ROSEWOOD TEAPOY, of sarcophagus form, the dome opening to reveal four lidded compartments and a centre aperture, on a lyre-shaped support with quadruple pod, on splayed legs with brass mounts, 16” (41cm) wide. (1) €250 - 350


462 NAYLER, ‘Snow Covered Winter Landscape, with Sheep’, O.O.C., signed Nayler lower left, 16” (41cm) x 19.5” (50cm). (1) €100 - 150 463 NAYLER, ‘A Tranquil Wooded River Scene’, watercolour, signed Nayler lower right; together with its companion, a similar view, both 10” (26cm) x 13.75” (35cm), a pair. (2) €150 - 200 464 A CIRCULAR FLUTED WOODEN PLINTH, on square moulded base, 41” (104cm) high. (1) €100 - 200 465 A LARGE HEAVY 19TH CENTURY CARVED MARBLE BUST OF A LADY, head and shoulders, semi-draped, with floral arrangement, 23” (59cm) high. (1) €2,000 - 2,500 466 A TALL PAIR OF CONSOLE MIRROR, O.R.M., the ribbon crest above a ribbon and bead moulded frame, around a mirror plate, 82” (208cm) high, 33” (84cm) wide. (1) €300 - 500

467 467 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS, comprising a small fender; a brass cylindrical stick stand; an oval plated teapot; a copper pan with hinged cover; a two handled jardiniere; and a cut glass decanter and stopper, probably Waterford. (6) €60 - 90 468 A VERY ATTRACTIVE 19TH CENTURY GILT CONSOLE TABLE, the white moulded marble top of inverted breakfront outline, above a fluted frieze applied with a classical female mask, issuing leaf sprays and ribbon, above a recessed mirror, fronted by a carved urn, and two tapering fluted columns and flower carved pilasters, on a shaped ebonised base, 36” (91cm) high, 37” (94cm) wide. (1) €1,200 - 1,800


468 465


469 A LATE 18TH CENTURY INLAID MAHOGANY LONGCASE CLOCK, by James Evill of Bath, with eight-day movement, the arched and silverised dial with an eagle crest and the motto Tempus Fujit, the dial with Arabic and Roman numerals, subsidiary dial for seconds and a date aperture, the top with a swan neck pediment and with brass rosettes and centre urn with eagle, above an arched and glazed door, flanked to either side with fluted columns each with corinthian capital, the trunk with canted fluted corners, and an inlaid door, on moulded box base with conforming canted corners and raised on bracket feet, 90” (228cm) high, 19.5” (50cm) wide. (1) €2,000 - 2,500 470 A FINE 19TH CENTURY FRENCH BURR MAPLE AND EBONISED SIDE CABINET, with ornate brass mounts, and Sevres style porcelain portrait panels, within ornate brass frames, the drop centre with a narrow mirror back, above a vacant compartment, flanked to either side with two small doors above another vacant compartment, flanked to either side with two pedestal type display sections, each flanked with shaped pilasters and Corinthian capital, and inset with portrait porcelain roundels, each with a drawer above, applied with a brass guilloche panel, inset with floral porcelain roundels, and raised on turned legs, 41” (104cm) high, 72” (183cm) wide. (1) €1,500 - 2,500


470 44

471 A LATE 19TH CENTURY EARLY 20TH CENTURY CHINESE JARDINIERE STAND, with circular bead moulded top, above a carved apron with scrolling foliage, on cabriole legs, united by and X-shaped stretcher, 38” (97cm) high. (1) €80 - 150 472 A VICTORIAN WALNUT TUB ARMCHAIR, with arched button back and serpentine-fronted seat, covered in wine fabric, raised on front cabriole legs. (1) €200 - 300 473 A SET OF SIX LATE VICTORIAN MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, each with straight slat back, and curved top rail, above a padded seat, on front turned and fluted legs. (6) €200 - 300 474 A FRAMED FACSIMILE COLLECTION OF TITANIC MEMORABILIA - WHITE STAR LINES, with various images, letters, tickets, posters, etc.; in an ebonised and parcel gilt frame 26” (66cm) x 35” (89cm). (1) €100 - 200

478 A NICE WOVEN SILK CARPET, with centre ivory medallion within a larger outer burgundy ground medallion , all over floral pattern on a dark ground, within conforming spandrels and borders, 9ft11 (302cm) x 6ft6 (198cm). (1) €400 - 500 479 A VICTORIAN EBONISED AND PARCEL GILT PRIE DIEU, with balloon-shaped back and bead tapestry above a conforming seat, on front turned and fluted legs. (1) €120 - 150

475 475 AN ATTRACTIVE KASHMIR STYLE CARPET, with duck egg blue ground, with all over floral pattern, inside a wide border with smaller bands, 9ft11 (302cm) x 6ft4 (193cm). (1) €200 - 300

480 A VICTORIAN WALNUT PRIE DIEU, with leaf scroll crest, above a T-form padded panel, with bead tapestry and a conforming seat, raised on front cabriole legs. (1) €150 - 200

476 A BURGUNDY GROUND KASHMIR TYPE WOVEN RUG, with large sunburst medallion, on an overall floral field, within conforming spandrels and dark red edge, 7ft7 (232cm) x 5ft3 (160cm). (1) €200 - 300

481 A SMALL EDWARDIAN INLAID AND SATINWOOD BANDED MAHOGANY OCCASIONAL TABLE, with square top, inlaid with satinwood oval, raised on four square tapering legs, united by X-shaped stretcher and central roundel, 14.5” (37cm) wide. (1) €150 - 250

477 A GREYISH LIGHT BLUE GROUND KASHMIR TYPE CARPET, with centre star medallion and all-over pattern, within fawn and ivory borders, 9ft11 (302cm) x 6ft (198cm). (1) €400 - 500

482 A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN EBONISED WALNUT SEMI-WING ARMCHAIRS, each with cartouche crest, padded back, seat and arm panels, covered in attractive ivory fabric and raised on front cabriole legs. (2) €150 - 200 483 A SET OF THREE EDWARDIAN INLAID HIGH-BACK SIDE CHAIRS, each with padded seat, on front cabriole legs. (3) €80 - 150 484 A FINE FRENCH ROSEWOOD AND FLORAL MARQUETRY INLAID BUREAU DE DAME, with three-quarter brass gallery above a sloping front enclosing three drawers, a well and a vacant compartment, raised on four brassmounted cabriole legs, the entire piece profusely inlaid with flowers and scrolling foliage, 31.5” (80cm) high. (1) €600 - 800 485 A BOWFRONTED MAHOGANY LADIES WRITING TABLE, the arched back with two small drawer to either side, above a frieze drawer, raised on square tapering spade legs, 36” (91cm).w. (1) €100 - 200 486 A SIX-TIER VICTORIAN STYLE CORNER WHATNOT, with serpentine shaped graduating shelves and fret-cut gallery, with urn finials, 66” (172cm) high, 26” (66) wide. (1) €150 - 250 487 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN STYLE MAHOGANY SHIELD-BACK HALL CHAIRS, each with a solid serpentine-fronted seat, raised on cabriole legs. (2) €80 - 150 488 PRINCESS ‘BO’ FREDERICKA ANN GUIREY, ‘View of Battersea Power Station’, and another related view, a pair, both O.O.C., one initialed F.G. 16” (40cm) square; together with another lithograph depicting an angel; and another black and white etching depicting a couple on a couch. (4) €40 - 60


489 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY DRESSING TABLE, with cheval mirror centre, on two leaf scroll supports, raised on a pair of five drawer pedestals, and a plinth base, 67” (170cm) wide. (1) €350 - 550


490 AN ARCHITECTURAL STYLE POLISHED LIMESTONE MANTEL CLOCK, 12” (approx). (1) €20 - 30 491 F. SEGRIST (EARLY 20TH CENTURY), ‘Fishing Boats at Sea’, watercolour, signed and dated lower right, 11” (28cm) x 5.5” (14cm); together with two smaller watercolours by the same hand. (3) €100 - 200

500 A NEST OF THREE REGENCY STYLE YEWWOOD OCCASIONAL TABLES, each with graduating rectangular top, raised on turned supports united with conforming stretchers, the largest 17” (43cm) wide. (1) €80 - 150

502 A SMALL VICTORIAN MAHOGANY DINING TABLE, with one spare leaf, raised on turned legs. (1) €100 - 150

492 A PAIR OF LATE GEORGIAN PERIOD DEMILUNE MAHOGANY SIDE TABLES, each on four square tapering legs, 45” (115cm) wide. (1) €180 - 250 493 AN ATTRACTIVE VICTORIAN MAHOGANY HIGH-BACK PRIE DIEU, with leaf and scroll crest, above an arched tapestry back and serpentine fronted tapestry seat, raised on front turned cabriole legs. (1) €150 - 200 494 A SET OF SIX VICTORIAN WALNUT BALLOON BACK DINING CHAIRS, each moulded back with an arched cross rail, on a padded seat, raised on front cabriole legs. (6) €300 - 500 495 E.M HANNAY, ‘View of Cullen Bay’, watercolour, signed and inscribed lower left, 10.25” (26cm) x 15.25” (39cm). (1) €150 - 200

503 501 503 AN ATTRACTIVE SET OF FOUR LATE 19TH CENTURY EBONISED AND PARCEL GILT SIDE CHAIRS, each with oval padded back, above a bow fronted seat, raised on turned and fluted front legs. (4) €300 - 500

501 A SET OF SIX UNUSUAL MAHOGANY LYREBACK SIDE CHAIRS, each with drop-in seat, on front turned reeded legs. (6) €400 - 600

496 A PAIR OF MODERN OPEN MAHOGANY BOOKCASES, each 68” (173cm) wide. (2) €100 - 200 497 A 6FT KING SIZE MODERN BED, Brown Thomas, Dublin, ‘The Spinapedic Luxury Model’, with cream painted cane head-board and frame. (1) €200 - 300 498 A 19TH CENTURY HANGING WALL CABINET, with moulded cornice, above two glazed doors, 38” (7cm) high, 29” (74cm) wide. (1) €80 - 120 499 AN EDWARDIAN WALNUT PERDONIUM, with rouge and white speckled marble top, and a brass gallery, the drop-front panel carved with foliage, 25” (64cm) high, 14.5” (37cm) wide. (1) €100 - 200




504 A LATE VICTORIAN MAHOGANY CHESTERFIELD SETTEE, with button back and sides, and sprung cushion seat, raised on four turned legs, 71” (180cm) wide. (1) €200 - 400 505 A CIRCULAR VICTORIAN WALNUT CENTER FLIP-TOP TABLE, with moulded edge, on a baluster turned stem and leaf-moulded cabriole tripod base, 40” (101cm) diameter. (1) €60 - 90 506 A PAIR OF MODERN QUEEN ANNE STYLE WING ARMCHAIRS, each covered in gold fabric, raised on front cabriole legs; together with a similar ditto covered in colourful fabric. (3) €150 - 200

513 R. JENNARD, Anglesea Lane, Old Dublin, oil on canvas, indistinctly signed and inscribed, old exhibition label verso, 20” (50cm) x 23” (59cm); together with a 1960s Irish street scene by T.E. Spence, signed and dated 1967. (2) €50 - 70 514 20TH CENTURY IRISH SCHOOL, ‘Young Peasant Boy in Woodland Scene with Hound’, O.O.B., 11.5” (29cm) x 15” (39cm); together with a 19th century coloured print depicting three crustaceans, 9” (23cm) x 7.25” (18cm).; a set of three black and white prints after Leonardo da Vinci, ‘Head of Christ’, ‘The Mona Lisa’, another ‘The Holy Family; and a small coloured print, ‘The Lords and Ladies Fairy’. (5) €40 - 60


509 A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN OAK SIDE CHAIRS, one as is. (2) €20 - 30

515 A PAIR OF ATTRACTIVE INLAID KINGWOOD PETITE COMMODES, each with a serpentine shaped yellow marble top, above three serpentine fronted drawers, raised on cabriole legs with brass mounts, 29” (73cm) high, 18.5” (47cm) wide. (1) €300 - 500

510 A SQUARE WALNUT REVOLVING BOOKCASE, early 20th century, with slotted sides, 22” (56cm) square. (1) €60 - 90

516 A VICTORIAN SERPENTINE SHAPED ROSEWOOD STOOL, with rectangular padded top, and raised on four cabriole legs, 21” (53cm) wide. (1) €150 - 200

511 AN EARLY VICTORIAN MAHOGANY SLOPETOP DAVENPORT, the interior fitted with drawers, raised on a pedestal with panel door enclosing slides, and two spiral reeded front columns, on a concave platform with bun feet, 23” (58cm) wide. (1) €100 - 150

517 A FINE MODERN THREE-PIECE SUITE OF SEAT FURNITURE, comprising a large two-seat settee, with loose back and seat cushions, covered in ivory self print fabric; together with two large matching easy armchairs. (3) €700 - 1,100

512 AN INLAID MAHOGANY LIBRARY BOOKCASE, George IV period and later, the moulded cornice above three glazed doors and three inlaid and cross-banded doors below, raised on a plinth, adapted, 106” (269cm) high, 89” (226cm) wide. (1) €300 - 500

518 A PAIR OF CIRCULAR MODERN WALL MIRRORS, each in mosaic mirror frame, 32” (81cm) diameter. (1) €80 - 120

520 A MODERN RECTANGULAR WALL MIRROR, and another modern gilt wall mirror, in shaped moulded frame. (2) €60 - 80 521 A MODERN CARTOUCHE-SHAPED GILTWOOD WALL MIRROR, with leaf crest and leaf moulded frame, 52” (132cm) high, 28” (71cm) wide. (1) €100 - 200

507 A GEORGIAN STYLE MAHOGANY WING BACK ARMCHAIR, with attractive coloured fabric, and raised on front square fluted legs. (1) €300 - 350 508 AN UNUSUAL MAHOGANY AND SATINWOOD DROP-LEAF TABLE, with floral marquetry inlay and four serpentineshaped drop leaves, raised on brass mounted cabriole legs, 41” (104cm) extended. (1) €250 - 350 Illustration on page 46

519 A FRAMED COPY OF POBLACHT NA H’EIREANN, the proclamation, in attractive frame and mount, 9.5” (24cm) x 7.25” (18cm); together with a black and white engraving depicting Graiguenamanagh Abbey Kilkenny; a small painting by A. King ‘A Hound over a Fox, O.O.B., 6.5” (17cm) x 4.5” (11cm); a french black and white engraving depicting soldier with horse; a black and white mezzotint Jokey Clothes; together with colored etching Palma De Mallorca, ‘Street Scene’, also in attractive frame and mount. (6) €40 - 60

522 A RECTANGULAR MAHOGANY OCCASIONAL TABLE OR SIDE TABLE, with moulded top on square tapering spade legs, 37” (94cm) wide. (1) €20 - 30

523 523 A PAIR OF ATTRACTIVE LATE VICTORIAN GILT SIDE CHAIRS, each shaped back with a floral crest, above a conforming crossrail, on serpentine fronted seat, raised on front cabriole legs. (2) €180 - 250 524 A VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD CANTERBURY, with three slatted compartments and fret-cut frieze, above one long drawer, on turned legs, 23.5” (60cm) wide. (1) €150 - 250 Illustration on page 48


525 A SMALL OAK DROP-LEAF GATE-LEG TABLE, with demi-lune flaps, early 20th century, 36” (91cm) wide. (1) €40 - 60 526 A FINE 19TH CENTURY FRENCH BRONZE AND YELLOW MARBLE MANTEL CLOCK, by Duval of Paris, the works by Pons, with outside count wheel striking on a steel bell, the circular silvered dial signed Duval of Paris, and with Roman numerals, the case surmounted with a bronze model of Britannia holding a gilt-metal trident, on a rectangular yellow marble plinth applied with ornate brass mounts and a tongue and dart cast base moulding with bun feet, 21.25” (54cm) high, 14.75in (38cm) wide. (1) €400 - 600 527 A 17TH CENTURY STYLE CARVED OAK WAINSCOT CHAIR, 19th century, with padded back and seat, raised on ornate carved legs, united by a conforming stretcher. (1) €100 - 150 528 A WALNUT-CASED VIENNA WALL CLOCK, with shell crest above a circular two-stage enamel dial, with Roman numerals, inside an arched glass panel, flanked with leaf carved fluted pilasters, 54” (137cm) high, 18” (46cm) wide. (1) €100 - 150 529 A VICTORIAN FIGURED WALNUT VIENNA STYLE WALL CLOCK, with arched pediment and three urn finials, above a two-stage enamel dial with Roman numerals, inside an arched glass door with acorn terminal, 51” (127cm) high, 15” (38cm) wide. (1) €100 - 200 530 A VICTORIAN WALNUT AND EBONISED VIENNA TYPE WALL CLOCK, the arched pediment with a centre lion mask and three urns, above a two-stage enamel dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary dial for seconds, inside an arched and glazed door and brass pendulum, flanked to either side with turned ebonised pilasters, 51” (29cm) high, 16.5” (42cm) wide. (1) €150 - 250 531 A FIVE TIER WALNUT SERPENTINE FRONTED CORNER WHATNOT, with fret-cut galleries and urn finials, 58” (147cm) high, 26” (66cm) wide approx. (1) €100 - 200


524 532 CLAUDE DAVIDSON, Fruit and Flower Market, oil on canvas, 17.5” (45cm) x 23.5” (60cm). (1) €80 - 150 533 A HEAVY BRASS STANDARD LAMP, with reeded column and corinthian capital, raised on square stepped base with four ball and claw feet; together with another modern standard lamp. (1) €100 - 150 534 A MODERN PAINTED WINDOW OR DRESSING STOOL, with padded seat. (1) €30 - 40 535 A MATCHED SET OF TEN 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, each with triple fish-tail splat above a serpentine-fronted hide-covered seat, raised on square tapering legs. (10) €400 - 600 536 AN ATTRACTIVE ORIENTAL RUNNER, with beige ground and rows of medallions, inside a triple red and blue border, 9ft7 (292cm) x 2ft7 (49cm). (1) €180 - 250 537 A VERY ATTRACTIVE LARGE ORIENTAL RUG, the iron red field with octagonal medallions, inside a conforming border, 9ft (274cm) x 6ft5 (195cm). (1) €300 - 500

538 A VERY ATTRACTIVE WOVEN SILK ORIENTAL CARPET, the bluish grey and black ground with all-over floral pattern around two medallions, with conforming spandrels and borders, 9ft11 (302cm) x 6ft6” (198cm). (1) €400 - 500 539 AN ORIENTAL RUNNER, with all over pattern, on iron red, inside dark border, 12ft8 (386cm) x 2ft5 (714cm). (1) €200 - 300 540 A HEAVY MACHINE MADE ORIENTAL RUG, with centre cruciform ivory medallion, on burgundy field with all-over floral pattern, and two navy medallions, inside red border with ivory bands, 7ft9 (236cm)h x 5ft8 (172cm). (1) €250 - 300 541 J. DELSAUX, ‘Interior with Woman Seated’, O.O.C., 15.5” (40cm) x 10.75” (27cm); together with a coloured print, ‘Interior Scene’, depicting a woman by a fire. (2) €80 - 150 542 A COMPOSITION MARBLE FIGURE, modelled as a classical man semi-draped with lace boots, on square stepped plinth and oval portraits to the frieze, 30.5” (77cm) high. (1) €350 - 400 543 A BRONZE BUST OF BEETHOVEN, head and shoulders, on circular socle, 17” (44cm) high. (1) €240 - 280




544 A HEAVY BRONZE GROUP, modelled with courting peasant couple, on stepped rectangular limestone base, 23” (58cm) high. (1) €350 - 400 545 A HEAVY CAST IRON CANNON, with five-stage barrel, on a cast iron wagon with spoked iron wheels, 37” (94cm) wide. (1) €300 - 350


546 A VERY LARGE CHINESE TANG STYLE POLYCHROME-DECORATED FIGURE OF A SADDLED CAMEL, on rectangular base, 42.5” (107cm) high, 34” (87cm) wide. (1) €400 - 500

548 A VICTORIAN WALNUT INLAID AND BRASSMOUNTED CREDENZA, of inverted breakfront outline, the shaped and brass bead-moulded top with ebony edging, above a central inlaid and brass-mounted door flanked to either side with curved glass display sections, raised on a plinth supporting two inlaid turned columns, each with brass Corinthian capital, 40” (102cm) high, 62” (157cm) wide. (1) €2,500 - 3,000

547 A GOOD GEORGIAN STYLE MAHOGANY PARTNERS PEDESTAL DESK, the rectangular moulded top with cross-banded edge and inset with tooled leather inset, above six frieze drawers, three to either side, raised on two pedestals each with three drawers and a cupboard, applied with heavy brass carrying handles, on tow plinth bases, 63” (160cm) high, 41” (104cm) deep. (1) €2,000 - 2,500

548 49



550 A FINE LATE 19TH CENTURY FRENCH GILT METAL MANTEL CLOCK, the case stamped PH. Mourey, the French movement striking on a steel bell, the circular enamel dial with Roman numerals, the case surmounted with the harvest goddess, flanked to either side with a cherub, on a very ornate base applied with leaf swags and fruit, on a serpentine shaped base, under a glass dome, 23” (59cm) high, 21” (53cm) wide. (1) €700 - 1,100


551 A VERY UNUSUAL ART NOUVEAU INLAID MAHOGANY OCCASIONAL TABLE, with rectangular tray-type top and concealed drawer to side panel inlaid with tea pot, cup and saucer; the front and back with four panels, two with opaline glass insets, and typical Art Nouveau inlay, raised on hexagonal tapering inlaid legs, with brass casters, the drawer baiselined in two sections, 27” (69cm) high, 24.5 (62cm) wide. (1) €200 - 300 552 HOLME CARDWELL (BRITISH 1813-1897), ‘A Wounded Stag’, a large bronze study, on oval base, and marble plinth, signed Holme Cardwell, and Fect Roma, 21.5” (55cm) high, 37” (94cm) wide overall. (1) €2,500 - 3,500



558 AFTER SAMUEL HOWITT, a set of five coloured shooting prints, 20th century, each 17” (43cm) x 21.5” (54cm). (5) €150 - 250 559 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN HAND-PAINTED DARK GLASS LUSTRE VASES, with spear-shaped drops, decorated with garlands of colourful flowers, 11” (23cm) high, one as is. (2) €80 - 150 560 A VERY UNUSUAL EDWARDIAN BONE INLAID AND MARQUETRY HIGH-BACK OCCASIONAL ARMCHAIR, the high back with two pierced splats, inlaid with scrolling foliage above a serpentine-fronted padded seat, on front cabriole legs. (1) €100 - 150

553 553 A SECOND PERIOD BELLEEK TABLE CENTRE, with three cone-shaped vases, one as is; and three shell-shaped sweetmeat bowls, on a triform base, c.1891-1826, 7” (18cm) high; together with a pair of flower-encrusted second period ewers or jug vases, each profusely encrusted with flowers and scrolling foliage, 9” (23cm). (3) €250 - 350


554 A SET OF EIGHT LATE 19TH CENTURY OR EARLY 20TH CENTURY CARVED CHINESE IVORY FIGURES, depicting Immortals and other figures, each on oval ebonised base, 3.5” (9cm) high overall. (8) €180 - 250

562 AN UNUSUAL TWO-TIER CARVED HARDWOOD OCCASIONAL TABLE, probably Indian, the top with a centre panel with fan spandrels and a border of scrolling vines, carved with scrolling flowers and vines, with conforming shelf below, with carved spandrels in the form of elephants and pegasus, 24” (61cm) wide. (1) €140 - 180

555 A CARVED CHINESE IVORY PUZZLE BALL, late 19th century or early 20th century, the ball with numerous carved spheres within a larger sphere in high relief, the outer sphere carved with two dragons, 2.75” (7cm) diameter, on a figural stem, with circular base, 11” (28cm) high. (1) €250 - 350

563 A FINE 19TH CENTURY FAIENCE JARDINIERE AND PEDESTAL, the monochrome decorated jardiniere body, with colourful flowers and armorials, applied with two Bacchus masks in high relief, on matching baluster shaped pedestal, both as is, 38” (97cm) high; together with a matching pedestal 20” (51cm). (3) €450 - 650

556 LOUIS LE BROCQUY (1916-2012), ‘Eight Irish Portraits in Words and Watercolors’, 4 to D. 1990 limited edition, number 152/1000, signed by the artist, eight loose coloured portraits, in original cloth portfolio and slip case, Tony O’Reilly, Micheal Smurfit, Paul McGuinness, Charles Haughey, Vincent Ferguson, Martin Naughton and Dermot Desmond. Note Vincent O Brien is not present in this lot which contains seven portraits only as listed above. (7) €300 - 500 557 A 19TH CENTURY NORTH AFRICAN MOTHER-OF-PEARL INLAID TWO-TIER JARDINIERE STAND, with carved top and conforming lower shelf, and arched sides, raised on conforming legs, 31” (79cm) high,13” (33cm) wide. (1) €140 - 180

561 AFTER GUILLAUME COUSTOU, a very large pair of bronze equestrian groups, each modelled as a Marley horse, each being restrained by a groom, after the originals commissioned in 1739 for the horse pond in the Garden of The Chateau De Marly 1739, 24” (61cm) x 21” (53cm). (1) €1,200 - 1,800

564 A LARGE CIRCULAR SERPENTINE-SHAPED EDWARDIAN CENTRE TABLE, with moulded top, on four baluster-shaped half-reeded supports, united by a conforming stretcher shelf, raised on four cabriole legs, 39” (99cm) wide. (1) €140 - 160



565 A LARGE EDWARDIAN WALNUT CHIFFONIER OR SIDEBOARD, with swan neck pediment and urn finial above a moulded cornice, and a shelf with recessed mirror plate and three ring-turned columns, above an octagonal mirror plate, flanked to either side with a shelf, carved panels and further mirrors, the base with three frieze drawers, two cupboards and recessed vacant compartment, flanked with arched and carved panel doors, raised on short turned legs, 100” (256cm) high, 7ft” (213cm) wide. (1) €250 - 350 566 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY PEDESTAL SIDEBOARD, of inverted breakfront outline, the shaped back with cartouche crest, above a frieze with one long and two small drawers, the pedestals each with cupboard door, one enclosing five drawers, flanking a recessed double panel, on plinth base, 92” (232cm) wide. (1) €350 - 550 567 TWO PAIRS OF VERY FINE STRIPED CREAM-GROUND LINED AND INTERLINED CURTAINS, each with an outer floral border; together with floral pelmets and tie backs, 12ft2 (370cm) drop, 8ft6 (259cm) wide. (2) €700 - 1100


568 TWO PAIRS OF VERY ATTRACTIVE LINED AND INTERLINED CURTAINS, with multicoloured stripe pattern, 52” (132cm) wide, 7ft1 (216cm) drop. (4) €180 - 250



569 A VERY FINE FRENCH BRONZE AND GRIOTTE UNI RED MARBLE MANTEL CLOCK, the marble case with brass and gilt-bronze mounts, of breakfront outline, surmounted with large classical bronze group modelled as a woman holding tools, and elbow resting on two handled urn and scroll by her feet, the works by Deniere Paris c. 1870, struck on the clock plate with number 751, also with the Pons Medaille d’Or 1823, also signed Juvenaux, lacking bell and pendulum, the circular red marble dial with Roman numerals, some lacking, flanked to either side with a band depicting classical figures in relief, on ornate anthemion paw feet, and a centre double leaf scroll and shell medallion, 21” (53cm) high, 19” (48cm) wide. (1) €600 - 900


570 A VERY UNUSUAL ANTIQUE COMPOSITION GROUP, modelled with Daniel O’Connell meeting with a group of Catholic peasants, clay moulded heads and limbs, peasants in local costume, all wearing hats or bonnets, O’Connell standing in the middle wearing a bowler or top hat and black cape, on an oval base, under a glass dome, 8” (20cm) high. (1) €500 - 800

574 A LATE VICTORIAN BRASS AND MOULDED PINK GLASS OIL LAMP, with milk glass shade, on turned and stepped black ceramic base, 27” (69cm) high. (1) €100 - 150 575 A BOW-FRONTED MAHOGANY CHINA DISPLAY CABINET, in the Gothic style, raised on front cabriole legs, 29” (74cm) wide. (1) €30 - 50

571 A FINE HEAVY 18K YELLOW GOLD ROPE NECKLACE, 15” (38cm), 29g. (1) €750 - 850

576 A LATE VICTORIAN MAHOGANY SIDE OR DINING TABLE, the rectangular moulded top with a side frieze drawer, raised on turned legs, 48” (122cm) high, 35” (89cm) wide. (1) €100 - 200

572 A MAHOGANY LAMP OR BEDSIDE TABLE, with rectangular top and frieze drawer, raised on square tapering legs, 18” (46cm) wide. (1) €40 - 60

577 A SET OF FOUR MODERN DINING CHAIRS, each covered in tapestry type fabric. (4) €50 - 70

573 A LATE VICTORIAN MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD, with mirror back, on inverted breakfront base with three cupboard doors, raised on an inverted breakfront plinth, 5ft” (152cm) wide. (1) €300 - 400

578 A PAIR OF MODERN ARMCHAIRS, each covered in attractive tapestry type floral fabric, with cushion back and seat. (2) €70 - 90

579 A TWENTY-PIECE PART ROYAL TARA TEA SERVICE, in famille rose; another part Royal Tara tea service; two Graham Knuttel coffee cups and saucers; a part Royal Doulton coffee service; and a quantity of other miscellaneous ceramics. (a lot) €50 - 70 580 A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN TRANSFER PRINTED VASES, 14” (36cm) high; two Masons Ironstone jug, modern; some Aynsley china; a second period Belleek cup saucer and plate; a modern Belleek vase and sugar bowl; a model of a hound, and an Irish Galway bell in original wrapping. (15) €60 - 90 581 AN EDWARDIAN OVAL INLAID AND CROSSBANDED MAHOGANY CENTRE TABLE, raised on tapering fluted legs, and inlaid frieze, united by an oval stretcher shelf, 30” (76cm) wide. (1) €150 - 250 582 A PAIR OF HUMMEL FIGURES, musical angels; together with a pair of large Beswick figures of old English sheep dogs, 12” (31cm); a pair of Continental porcelain figures, one depicting a man with basket of flowers, the other a woman with basket of flowers, each 10.5” (27cm); a Toby jug - “The Lawyer”; and another small Royal Doulton Toby jug of Dick Turbin. (8) €70 - 90 583 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS CUTCRYSTAL GLASSES, the majority Waterford, comprising five tumblers; five stemmed wines; three port glasses; five smaller tumblers, various sizes; a cut glass vase, 10” (26cm); another smaller vase; a mustard pot; three tall wines; a stemmed sugar and cream; and another similar sugar and cream. (28 approx) €150 - 250 584 A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY CHEST, with four long drawers, each with flame pattern, raised on bun feet, with glass handles, 41” (104cm) wide. (1) €250 - 350



585 TWO SIMILAR EARLY 20TH CENTURY MAHOGANY CORNER CHAIRS, one inlaid, each with square seat and padded top, on turned legs. (2) €250 - 350 586 A RECTANGULAR POLISHED WOODEN BED TRAY, on four legs; together with an X-framed gout stool. (2) €40 - 60 587 AN IRISH SILVER COMMEMORATION DISH, with a section of the House of Commons, by The Royal Irish Dublin 1973, 9.25” (23cm), in original case; together with a cased set of twelve silver plated dessert knives and forks. (a lot) €200 - 300 588 A PAIR OF MODERN PAINTED PEDESTAL OCTAGONAL SHAPED SHOP DISPLAY CABINETS, each with five panels and rear opening door, on a panelled base and conforming plinth 71” (180cm) wide. (2) €200 - 300 589 AN ATTRACTIVE EDWARDIAN INLAID MAHOGANY DISPLAY CABINET, with central bow front, flanked to either side with a glazed door, with lower inlaid panels, and raised on slight sabre legs, 66.5” (168cm) high, 41.5” (105cm) wide. (1) €250 - 350 590 A GOOD PAIR OF MODERN ALUMINIUM AND WOOD SHOP DISPLAY CABINETS, each with down lighting and two sliding glass doors, and glass side panels with lit up interior and silk panels, 78” (198cm) high, 29” (74cm) wide. (2) €700 - 1,100 591 A LATE GEORGIAN PERIOD INLAID OAK HANGING CORNER CUPBOARD, with central panel door, flanked with fluted pilasters, 37” (94m) high, 31” (79cm) wide. (1) €150 - 250 592 AN EDWARDIAN INLAID AND CROSSBANDED AND MAHOGANY BUREAU BOOKCASE, with divided pediment, above two astragal glazed doors and a sloped front opening to reveal drawers and pigeon hole compartments, over three long graduating drawers, raised on bracket feet, 31” (79cm) wide. (1) €200 - 300


593 AFTER KARL NULLER, Il Saltarello’, a large coloured engraving depicting numerous figures near a large country manor, engraved by Alphonse Martinet, in gilt frame, 27.5” (70cm) x 42” (107cm). (1) €300 - 400 594 A GEORGE III PERIOD MAHOGANY BOWFRONTED INLAID SIDEBOARD, with three-quarter gallery, above an arrangement of three frieze drawers and two cupboard doors below, raised on six square tapering legs, 73” (186cm) wide. (1) €400 - 600 595 A SET OF FIVE GEORGE III STYLE ARCHED BACK MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, in the Hepplewhite style, each back with five shaped splats, above a drop-in hide-covered seat, raised on front square moulded legs. (5) 596 A SET OF SIX VICTORIAN MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIRS, each with leaf and scroll shaped back, above a serpentine fronted padded seat, and raised on front cabriole legs. (6) €200 - 300 597 AFTER SID EDWARDS, a set of four attractive 19th century colourful flower prints, each with title, engraved by S. Sansom, each 10” (25cm) x 8” (10cm), in attractive mount and gilt frame. (4) €100 - 150 598 A FINE 19TH CENTURY FRENCH ROSEWOOD AND MARQUETRY INLAID PORTICO CLOCK, by Japy Freres, the movement with outside count wheel striking on a steel bell, the enamel dial with Roman numerals inside an attractive brass bezel supporting an ornate lyre-shaped and cast brass pendulum with central female mask in relief, 18.5” (47cm) high, 9.75” (25cm). (1) €400 - 600 599 A FRENCH EMPIRE BOULLE STYLE PORTICO CLOCK, by Leroy of Paris, the shaped and arched top inlaid with etched bone, brass and faux tortoise shell, above an enamel dial with Roman numerals, and an outside count wheel striking on a steel bell, supported by four concave columns, on a shaped conforming ebonized and inlaid base, the dial as is, 22.5” (57cm) high, 11.5” (29cm) wide.(1) €250 - 350

600 A CARVED 19TH CENTURY FRENCH ALABASTER MANTEL CLOCK, the silk suspension movement with outside count wheel, striking on a steel bell, the unusual gilt brass dial with Roman numerals inside a carved sunburst alabaster bezel, supported on a large column, the front panel carved with a basket of flowers and rosettes to either side, on rectangular plinth with bun feet, case as is, 19.75” (50cm) high, 9” (22cm) wide. (1) €150 - 220 601 A PAIR OF CHINESE CARVED CHERRYWOOD GROUPS, one modelled as an old man holding a basket with child by his feet, the other a woman holding a fan and basket and crane by her foot, 14” (36cm) high. (2) €80 - 150 602 A SMALL INLAID ROSEWOOD CORNER CABINET, with two glazed doors and a lower vacant compartment, 42”(108cm) high, 24” (61cm) wide. (1) €120 - 150 603 A SET OF FOUR VICTORIAN MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, each with shaped back above a drop-in seat, on front turned legs. (4) €80 - 150 604 A VICTORIAN WALNUT AND CROSSBANDED DAVENPORT, the hinged and domed stationary compartment with a slope front, opening to reveal a single drawer and a vacant compartment, raised on a pedestal with four drawers and four opposing mock drawers, with turned and spiral fluted pilasters on bun feet, 21” (53cm) wide. (1) €180 - 250 605 A VICTORIAN WALNUT DAVENPORT, the top with a hinged stationary and pen and ink compartment, and a sloped front opening to reveal a drawer and vacant compartment, the pedestal with four drawers, and four opposing mock drawers, the front with cabriole supports, raised on bun feet, 21.25” (54cm) wide. (1) €150 - 250 606 A NEST OF THREE CHINESE HARDWOOD OCCASIONAL TABLES, each with rectangular graduating moulded top, 19.5” (50cm) wide. (3) €150 - 250


607 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY CHAISE LONGUE, of serpentine form, with single arched back and padded seat, raised on four cabriole legs, 6ft (183cm) wide, as is. (1) €250 - 350 608 AN ATTRACTIVE MAHOGANY AND PARCEL GILT HIGH-BACK ARMCHAIR, with padded back, seat and arm panels, the arched top crested with leaves and central flower head, raised on front turned and reeded legs. (1) €200 - 300 609 LOUIS NEVILLE (act 1887-1914), ‘Thatched Farm House by the Sea’, probably Conneamara, signed and dated lower right, 1913, 7” (17cm) x 9” (23cm); together with a black and white engraving by John Byrne (H.B.), ‘Field Day in the Phoenix Park, 1843’. (2) €100 - 150 610 AN EIGHT-DAY INLAID MAHOGANY LONGCASE CLOCK, by J Stuart of Ayre, the arched and moulded top above an arched brass dial signed in the arch, above a circular brass chapter ring, with Arabic and Roman numerals, date aperture without hand and a subsidiary dial for date, the engraved centre with thistles and other scrolling foliage, within attractive spandrels and flanked with two reeded canted corners, above an inlaid long trunk door, with fluted quarter-turned columns, on a moulded inlaid box base, on bracket feet, 82.5” (210cm) high, 19.5” (50cm) wide. (1) €400 - 700 611 A 19TH CENTURY FRENCH VINEYARD CLOCK, of square serpentine shape, the circular painted dial with Roman numerals and signed Raymond Pierre of Ouanne, with two train movements striking on a gong, as is, lacking hands, 19” (49cm) square. (1) €80 - 120 612 A LARGE IRISH 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY LONGCASE CLOCK, by John Donegan Dublin, the arched and moulded cornice above a circular dial with Roman numerals and a subsidiary dial for seconds, inside a circular glazed door, above an arched and panelled trunk door, raised on a tall moulded box base with plinth, 90.5” (230cm) high, 22” (56cm) wide. (1) €800 - 1,200

613 A FINE 19TH CENTURY FRENCH VINEYARD CLOCK, by Dugas of Paris, in a square brass inlaid ebonized case, with glazed front, the circular dial with Roman numerals and brass inlaid spandrels, striking on a gong, 19” (49cm) square. (1) €100 - 200 614 FOUR 19TH CENTURY SHELL-EMBOSSED COPPER POWDER FLASKS, one by Dixon & Sons; two by G & J.W Hawsley, and one other - unmarked. (4) €40 - 60 615 FOUR BOTTLES OF CHATEAU BEYCHEVELLE GRAND VIN VINTAGE 1982 ST. JULIA. (4) €100 - 150 616 CHATEAU GRAND-PUY-LACOSTE 1982 PAUILLAC, 75cl 1 bottle. €50 - 90 617 A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS LATE 19TH CENTURY OR EARLY 20TH CENTURY CARNIVAL GLASS, comprising bowls, vases, stem bowls, oval dishes etc. (30 approx). €150 - 180 618 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY WALNUT AND EBONISED WALL CLOCK, by Junghans, with two stage enamel dial and Arabic numerals, inside an arched and glazed door, showing brass pendulum, and flanked to either side with turned and fluted ebonised columns, 34” (86cm) approx. (1) €200 - 250 619 A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY AND ROSEWOOD BANDED KNEEHOLE SIDEBOARD OR WRITING DESK, the rectangular top above three frieze drawers, and two drawers below, raised on square tapering legs, 35” (89cm) wide. (1) €250 - 350 620 TAXIDERMY: AN UNUSUAL OVAL CASED DISPLAYING TWO COLOURFUL HANGING BIRDS, inside an oval convex glass, in moulded frame, inscribed verso, ‘The Fighting Night and The Bee Eater’, also in French, with the trade label Debitte and Herve Paris, 17” (43cm) high, 12.5” (32cm) wide. (1) €250 - 350

621 A FINE IRISH TOP HAT, by Morgan of Grafton Street Dublin, in very good condition, in fitted leather case. (2) €100 - 200 622 A HEAVY BRONZE GROUP, probably French, modelled with two cherubs, on circular rugged base, distressed, approx 18” (46cm) high. (1) €300 - 350 623 A SMALL THREE COLOUR BRONZE GROUP, modelled with a young girl playing with a kitten, and seated on a chair, 8.25” (21cm). (1) €150 - 200 624 A COLD-PAINTED BRONZE FIGURE OF A YOUNG BOY IN BLUE OVERCOAT, on a marble plinth, 11.5” (29cm) high. (1) €150 - 200 625 A VERY ATTRACTIVE FRENCH PINK MARBLE BOUDOIR MANTEL CLOCK, 19th century by A.D., Mougin, outside count wheel striking on a steel bell, the convex dial with Arabic numerals and painted with floral garlands, the top mounted with various trophies on a brass mounted case, with rectangular plinth and four leaf cast legs, 12” (31cm) high, 6.5” (16cm) wide. (1) €500 - 600 626 AN OLD ELM AND IRON MOUNTED SEVEN STEP LIBRARY FOLDOVER PULL-OUT LADDER, 98” (249cm). (1) €1,300 - 1,500 627 A HEAVY CARVED MARBLE BUST, modelled as a veiled lady with flower at shoulder, on circular turned socle, 23” (58cm) high. (1) €1,200 - 1,600 Illustration on page 56 628 HENRY ANDREWS (1794-1868), Courting Couple with Terrier by a Stile, oil on canvas, 19.5” (49.5cm) tondo, in attractive swept gilt frame. (1) €300 - 600 629 H. TODD Still life, Vase of Flowers, O.O.C., signed lower right, 24” (61cm)h x 19.5” (50cm). (1) €80 - 120 630 JOHN MURPHY, Fishing Boats at Sunrise, oil on canvas, signed lower left and dated 2005, 23” (58cm) x 35” (89cm). (1) €300 - 500






1.) THE BUYER: The buyer shall be highest bidder acceptable to the auctioneer, whose bid is at the hammer price. Any dispute arising in relation to same shall be settled at the auctioneer’s sole discretion. Bidders will be assumed to acting as principal in the transaction unless specific instructions are provided detailing otherwise. As such, all bidders are liable in a personal capacity for the total amount due, irrespective of agency agreements. Mealy’s contract as agents for sellers whose identity, for reasons of confidentiality, is generally not disclosed. Accordingly, buyers are reminded that the primary contract is between the buyer and the seller, with Mealy’s acting as agent for the seller. 2.) INSPECTION: Ample opportunity is given for inspection. Each purchaser, by making a bid for a lot, acknowledges that he or she is fully satisfied before bidding, by physical inspection or otherwise, as to the description, condition, and other information relating to the lot. Despite all efforts being made to ensure accurate descriptions and estimates, lots purchased are assumed to have been viewed and inspected. As such, all lots are sold with all faults and errors of description, at the buyers risk. The Auctioneers are not responsible for the correct description, genuineness, authenticity or any default or defect in any lot, and make no warranty in this respect. Estimates reflect a range of values, the lower of which usually represents the reserve price. Buyers are reminded that estimates are merely the opinion of the auctioneer, are subject to change and are in no sense definitive. 3.) Payment: All lots purchased are subject to a 20% + V.A.T. buyer’s premium. By bidding, all prospective purchasers agree in advance to pay this premium on the hammer price. Buyers attending the auction are encouraged to pay for lots purchased on the day of sale. Unless otherwise agreed in writing prior to the auction, the buyer of a lot shall pay to the auctioneer within five working days the total amount due. Notwithstanding this, the auctioneer may at its sole discretion, require a buyer to pay a deposit of up to 25% of the total amount due at the conclusion of the auction. The auctioneer may apply any payments received by a buyer towards any sums owing from that buyer to the auctioneer on any account, regardless of directions given by the buyer in that regard, whether express or implied. Payment methods include cash, Euro bank draft, cheque drawn on the buyer’s Irish bank account, EFT (subject to applicable bank charges), debit card and credit card (subject to 3% surcharge for Mastercard & Visa , 1% charge on any international debit card, and 5% surcharge for American Express). Under no circumstances can the Auctioneers accept third party cheques either in full or part payment of any lot. Non-payment by a buyer may result in any of the following actions: - proceedings against the buyer for damages for breach of contract. - recission of sale. - resale of the lot(s) without notice, after which the buyer shall be responsible for any resulting deficiency in the total amount due. - removal, storage and insurance of the lot(s) at the buyer’s expense. - interest may be charged, commencing after five working days from the sale date, on the outstanding debt at a rate 1% above the Bank of Ireland base interest rate on the day of purchase. - retention of lot(s) purchased at Mealy’s until the outstanding balance is settled in full - rejection of all future requests for bidding by the buyer or his/her agent. - application of proceeds of sale of items consigned to Mealy’s by the buyer in settlement of outstanding balances. 4.) RESERVATION OF TITLE & RISK: Title in an item or items purchased will not pass to the buyer until Mealy’s have received payment in full, notwithstanding possession. However, each lot remains the sole risk of the purchaser from the fall of the hammer. 5.) COLLECTION, REMOVAL & DISPATCH OF GOODS: Collection & removal of items purchased is at the buyer’s risk and expense from the fall of the hammer and is available from our offices for five working days after the sale. No purchase shall be claimed or removed until the sale has been concluded, i.e. purchasers cannot collect items while an auction is in progress. Collection can only take place during normal regular hours. Mealy’s shall not be responsible for lost, stolen, damaged or destroyed lots, if not collected within the allotted time frame. All lots not removed are subject to the minimum warehousing charges outlined below. Lots not removed within thirty days of the sale may be re-sold by auction or private sale without notice to the buyer. Any liability which there may be on the part of the Auctioneer, in respect of any loss, shall be restricted to a maximum of the price paid by the purchaser of the lot. Storage and warehousing charges: Please note that there will be no charge to purchasers who collect their lots within five working days of the sale. After five working days has passed, a transfer and administration charge of €20.00 per lot will be payable and a storage charge of €2.00 per lot per day will then come into effect. These charges are payable by the purchaser to Mealy’s and are subject to VAT. House Clearance & Specialised Sales: the charges outlined above relate to our regular gallery sales. House Clearance sales and other specialised sales are subject to higher removal and storage charges that will be notified to buyers where relevant. Buyers should confirm the storage and warehousing charges for such sales in advance of bidding. If any buyer fails to comply with any of the above conditions, the damage recoverable from the defaulter shall includwe all loss arising from any re-sale of the lot, together with the warehousing charges and expenses in respect of both sales, and any money deposited in part payment shall be held by the auctioneer against the defaulters liability and may be appropriated in settlement of the liability. NB. Mealy’s do not offer packing or dispatch services. We strongly recommend that all bidders consult a professional shipping company. A list of approved service providers is available on request. 6.) FORGERIES: If within 30 days after the Sale of any item, the Auctioneer receives a notice in writing from the Buyers by Registered Post that such an item is a deliberate forgery, together with the necessary evidence to satisfy the Auctioneers of such an allegation, then the Sale of that item will be rescinded and the net Purchase monies refunded (less any outlays incurred by the Auctioneers) to the Purchaser.


7.) CONDITION OF LOTS: All lots at auction are sold ‘as is’. Mealy’s act as agents for the seller and as such, are dependent on information provided by the seller. Whilst efforts are made to inspect lots and act reasonably in taking a general view about them, we are unable, in the normal course of business, to carry out detailed examinations of lots to ascertain condition. In addition, Mealy’s are not restorers, conservation experts or related professionals. Buyers are provided with ample time to examine lots and ascertain condition, and by bidding, accept the duty and responsibility for inspecting, examining and investigating lots that they intend to bid on. Imperfections, defects and other condition issues are not stated in the catalogue description. Mechanical objects of any age are not guaranteed to be in working order. 8.) CONDITION REPORTS: Condition reports may be requested by buyers in advance of the sale and our employees may be able to assist buyers by providing such reports. However, these are provided for guidance online, without legal obligation or prejudice to standard terms and conditions of sale. Such reports are merely the gratuitous opinion of Mealy’s employees or operatives. Neither Mealy’s, nor the seller, accept any responsibility for the condition of lots or for the content of condition reports. Subsequent disputes arising in relation to condition and/or the content of such condition reports will not be entertained. 9.) ABSENTEE BIDDING: Absentee bidding is available to prospective purchasers in the form of commission bidding & telephone bidding. However, registration for absentee bidding must be completed by 5pm on the day preceding the sale. Mealy’s accept no liability for acts or omissions relating to bids received after this deadline. From time to time, Mealy’s will entertain absentee bidding requests received after the deadline has passed, but this is at the discretion of our employees and Mealy’s accept no responsibility for accuracy in the execution of such bid requests received after the deadline. All items purchased by absentee bidders are sold as is, and are assumed to have been viewed and inspected by the purchaser. In the case of commission bids, these will be executed by Mealy’s as cheaply as possibly, having regard to the reserve (if any) and competing bids. If two bidders submit identical commission bids, the auctioneer has sole discretion to determine the successful buyer, but will generally opt for the first commission bid received. Telephone bidders are reminded that telephone lines are inherently subject to technical issues. It is strongly advised that telephone bidders leave a ‘cover bid’, e.g. a commission bid with their maximum bid price, to account for situations in which technical issues result in telephone bidding problems. Once an absentee bid is received, a contractual agreement is in place and the bid cannot be revoked without express agreement in writing signed by the auctioneer. 10.) ONLINE BIDDING: Mealy’s offers online bidding services to those who cannot attend the sale via & Bidding registration for online bidding must be completed by 5pm on the evening preceding the sale day. A surcharge of 3% will be levied on the ultimate hammer price, in addition to the regular buyer’s premium of 20%, for successful purchases executed using this service. Since online bidding is hosted by 3rd parties, Mealy’s accept no liability whatsoever for disputes arising from same. We strongly encourage all prospective buyers to utilise our absentee bidding services in priority. Online bidders contract with the online auction host directly, not with the auction house. However, by registering with an online auction host, the bidder: - authorises Mealy’s, if they so wish, to charge the credit card given to the online auction host, in part or full payment, including all fees, for items successfully purchased -confirms that he or she is authorised to provide these credit card details and is indeed the account holder 11.) AUCTION DISPLAYS AND ONLINE IMAGES: Images are used to display items for Sale at Auction. This service is merely a reminder to the customer of items viewed previously during exhibition days. We do not guarantee the quality or condition of the item viewed, the accuracy of the display image or guarantee the item on display is the item being sold. Subsequent disputes arising as a result of such image displays will not be entertained. 12. MECHANICAL & ELECTRICAL ITEMS AND POST - 1950 FURNITURE: Mechanical & electrical are sold as ‘antiques’ only, for decorative purposes. There is a duty on the buyer to have such items checked for compliance with safety regulations by a qualified expert. Please note the Auctioneers offer no after sale guarantee whatsoever with regard to mechanical and electrical items. We accept no subsequent liability for any damage, loss or injury arising from the use of the foregoing. All items of furniture in this sale are offered for sale as works of art. Such items may not comply with safety regulations and should not be used functionally unless inspected by a relevant expert. 13.) EXPORT OF GOODS: Buyer’s intending to export goods purchased at Mealy’s should ascertain the following in advance of bidding: - Whether an export license is required - Whether there is any specific prohibition on exporting/importing goods of that character (e.g. CITES regulations) 14. DISPUTES & AGENCY: In the event of any dispute arising in relation to any of the foregoing, the matter shall be referred to an Independent Arbitrator to be agreed between the relevant parties. As auctioneers, we generally contract as agents for sellers whose identity, for confidentiality reasons, is not normally disclosed. Accordingly, a buyer’s primary contract is with the seller. 15. THIRD PARTY LIABILITY: All members of the public that enter on our premises at any time, for whatever reason do so at their at their own risk. Inaddition, Mealy’s will not be responsible for any damage or loss caused to vehicles parked in the vicinity of our premises.

By participating in our sales, all bidders and buyers acknowledge that they have read the above terms and agree to be bound by our conditions of sale. 58

Bidding Slip Sale No: 0255 Mealy’s Mid-Summer Sale 2017 Monday 31st July 2017 Please bid on my behalf at the above sale for the following Lot(s) up to the price(s) mentioned below. I agree to comply with the Notices and Conditions of Sale as printed in the Catalogue. I understand that in the case of a successful bid a premium of 20% + V.A.T. will be payable by me on the hammer price. Lot No

Title of Description

€Bid Price

Lot No

Title of Description


€Bid Price

Bids We will be pleased to execute bids on behalf of intending buyers, and no charge is made for this service. Lots will be purchased as cheaply as permitted by other bids and reserves. Bids must be submitted to the Commissions Department by 5.00 p.m. on day preceding auction, and should be entered on the forms provided. Bids left by telephone will be accepted only on the condition that they are at the senders risk and must in any case be confirmed in writing. Bank references are essential. With regard to this service – Mealy’s accept no responsibility for items not viewed, whether condition report has been given or not. * Intending buyers should note that bids are accepted in euro only. Payment for all lots purchased is to be made in euro. Bids sent by email may not be guaranteed, especially after the deadline. Please call the office to confirm any email bids. We accept no responsibility or liability for acts or omissions regarding any bids received after the deadline specified above. Telephone Bidding If you are unable to come to the auction it may be possible to bid on the telephone for higher value lots. Please note that this service is only for lots with an estimate of €200 euro or more. The number of lines is limited, so we would urge serious telephone bidding only and ask that you be prepared to bid over the top estimate. It would be advisable to leave a maximum covering bid in case we are not able to contact you by telephone. All lines must be booked and confirmed in writing before the day of the auction and preferably some time in advance. Telephone bidding involves many variables and whilst we take every care to ensure the smooth running of this service, we cannot be held liable if your bids are missed for any reason. Note: This bidding slip must be lodged with our office by 5.00 p.m. on day prior to sale.



Email: Telephone No(s): Signed:

Payment Conditions All purchases must be paid for in full and all cheques must be cleared before goods are released. In order to avoid delay, potential buyers are asked to make payment arrangements with us prior to Sale


All cheques or drafts are to be made payable to “Mealy’s Fine Art Ltd.” Third party cheques or drafts will not be accepted as payment for lots purchased. DELIVERY: All lots must be paid for and cleared by 5:00pm on Friday 4th August 2017. All clearing is at the purchaser’s risk and expense. Any lots not cleared by 5:00pm on Friday 4th August 2017, will be subject to Clause 3 of the Buyers Conditions and will be held in storage at the purchaser’s risk and expense.




E S TA B L I S H E D 1 9 3 4

Mealy's Mid-Summer Sale 2017  

The Mid-Summer Sale 2017 (Ref. 0255) Monday 31st July at the Castlecomer Saleroom in Ireland and online, commencing at 11am Public Viewing:...

Mealy's Mid-Summer Sale 2017  

The Mid-Summer Sale 2017 (Ref. 0255) Monday 31st July at the Castlecomer Saleroom in Ireland and online, commencing at 11am Public Viewing:...